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EGVA X58 4 WAY A DISK READ ERROR OCCURRED ISSUE NEED INFO/HELP

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Hi,Ive been playing computer builder the last couple years nothing like most of you do. I have basic knowledge at best I built a 2011 and 1155 build recently but the one I always wanted to build was a egva classified 4 way yes I know there older but something I've wanted to do. I finally just started the build loaded windows just fine but constantly get A DISK READ ERROR OCCURRED i have yet to get past this issue. Ive played in the bios etc but still get same issue. 99.9% sure all parts are good but always a chance something may have died. I am trying to use a sataII ocz ssd drive I believe thtas where the problems is but not sure. Any info/help on resolving this issue be greatly appreciated THANKS
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First try checking the SATA connection and power cable on both ends. They might be loose.
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You have a failing hard drive most likely. BTW, type in NORMAL letters. You look like your yelling. There is also no need for all caps (again, yelling).

What I would do is get yourself Hiren Boot Disk and burn it to a CD. Boot from that into miniXP and run HD tune doing an error scan.

If you have a spare drive you can test with, I would use that to see if the error goes away. If not, try a new cable. If still having issues, then maybe you could have a bad bored.

EDIT: Try what the above post said. Check the cables first, then start suspecting the drive. I work as a repair tech at a local repair center, and these kind of issues I see daily. 9/10 it is a failed drive.
 
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Originally Posted by Lord Xeb View Post

You have a failing hard drive most likely. BTW, type in NORMAL letters. You look like your yelling. There is also no need for all caps (again, yelling).

What I would do is get yourself Hiren Boot Disk and burn it to a CD. Boot from that into miniXP and run HD tune doing an error scan.

If you have a spare drive you can test with, I would use that to see if the error goes away. If not, try a new cable. If still having issues, then maybe you could have a bad bored.

EDIT: Try what the above post said. Check the cables first, then start suspecting the drive. I work as a repair tech at a local repair center, and these kind of issues I see daily. 9/10 it is a failed drive.
Sorry about letters cant see well need bigger monitor bad eyes from years of welding
I tried different cables and checked connections on all the items , power supply to mobo to ssd all before posting this. It appears there is info on the drive when I remove it and check it through usb on another computer. I have 2 other ssds but there in raid 0 and would hate to mess that up since it is working so well. Ill see if I can find another drive somewhere or just order new if I cant come up with one.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Lord Xeb View Post

You have a failing hard drive most likely. BTW, type in NORMAL letters. You look like your yelling. There is also no need for all caps (again, yelling).

What I would do is get yourself Hiren Boot Disk and burn it to a CD. Boot from that into miniXP and run HD tune doing an error scan.

If you have a spare drive you can test with, I would use that to see if the error goes away. If not, try a new cable. If still having issues, then maybe you could have a bad bored.

EDIT: Try what the above post said. Check the cables first, then start suspecting the drive. I work as a repair tech at a local repair center, and these kind of issues I see daily. 9/10 it is a failed drive.
Sorry about letters cant see well need bigger monitor bad eyes from years of welding
I tried different cables and checked connections on all the items , power supply to mobo to ssd all before posting this. It appears there is info on the drive when I remove it and check it through usb on another computer. I have 2 other ssds but there in raid 0 and would hate to mess that up since it is working so well. Ill see if I can find another drive somewhere or just order new if I cant come up with one.

Its all good. thumb.gif

I would try testing with a different drive. I am suspecting the drive is likely failing. Whenever you get a disk read error, again, this is likely caused by a drive failure.
 
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