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Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... Talk about unreliable technology. What can I do now? I'm not really sure why anyone would have it on the master anyway.

No, create an account now. SW, Feb 15, 2005, in forum: Microsoft Windows 2000 Hardware Replies: 5 Views: 2,082 Steve W Mar 4, 2005 "Undo" extend disk volume or Reduce a disk volume size teliot, Mar If you dont care about the info you have on the HDD then make a whole new partition if you have the Bios upgraded (20 Gigs), then try it on slave. thanks for your help, rsd0562 rsd0562, Mar 27, 2006 #4 criminelis Corporal So what is it? More Help

Upcoming Training Oct 19 @ 2pm ET:Active Directory Migration: What You Need to Know to Get it Right Oct 20 @ 2pm ET:How LinkedIn Scaled Data Center Operations with Three-Phase Power Yargwel, Mar 24, 2006 #2 ~Pyrate~ MajorGeek I think the problem you are having is that your BIOS does not support 48-bit logic block addressing and that is why your cousin How else can you read this numbers? After going through the normal BIOS settings, and just before the black and white screen with the windows 2000 status bar it says at the top of the screen Disk I/O

So, besides the displayed error I have NO PROBLEM at all running all the Apps and games that I use to work with. ?,,,, Anyone knows what is happening? I/O Error Status 00008001 - Any ideas? 1 post • Page:1 of 1 All times are UTC Board index Spam Report Home Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Your name or email Several functions may not work. I don't know what to think.

Thats weird... Is their something in the Bios that I am missing??? As soon as I boot up I see "Detecting'" message I see d0 and something about "lba and detecting 149 gig" I see d1, d2, d3 "Not Detected" Screen is Black. http://www.compatdb.org/forums/topic/5479-disk-io-error-00008001-what-the-hell-does-this-mean/ I wonder why the software that came with my Hard Drive set up the partion wrong.THanks, falcon26 Back to top Report Back to Hardware 1 user(s) are reading this topic 0

Any idea of what to try next? I usually just give them to someone for just what I put into them. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Skip to Navigation Skip to Content Windows IT Pro Search: Connect With Us TwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedInRSS IT/Dev Connections Forums Store Register Log In Display name or email address: * Password: No biggie, it is still 4 times what I had.

  1. All I know is that it has something to do with my zip drive.
  2. Make it simple.
  3. but im tearing my hair out to find a definite answer to this one Reply With Quote November 17th, 2001,11:31 AM #9 luis1535 View Profile View Forum Posts 5000 Join Date
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  5. But, for whatever, the error message does go away when you disconnect the zip drive. [From Microsoft TechNet] Knowledge Base Disk I/O Error Occurs When You Start Setup from the Installation
  6. etc now, I never had this error at first, but I noticed it after using another HD in my machine for backup purposes, and overclocking, and stuff like that, I can't
  8. I am getting the same results with the Hard Drive set to 'Cable Select' or 'Master'.
  9. Trying to Install Windows XP: I am getting the Windows Set Up Blue screen w/ the message at the bottom that says "Set Up is Starting Windows".
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My brother in law said I need this card in order to recognize the 160 gig. http://windowsitpro.com/windows/jsi-tip-4506-windows-2000-setup-issues-disk-io-error-when-started-cd-rom-or-setup-floppies Everything works fine. or something like that Discussion in 'Operating Systems' started by vohwink1, Jan 6, 2001. COM-Gen 2000 feature update 3.

MikeH posted Oct 16, 2016 at 11:56 PM WCG Stats Sunday 16 October 2016 WCG Stats posted Oct 16, 2016 at 8:01 AM Loading... Similar Threads Can't go from Dynamic Disk to Basic Disk John Joyce, Aug 29, 2003, in forum: Microsoft Windows 2000 Hardware Replies: 0 Views: 594 John Joyce Aug 29, 2003 Non After my install I jumped the problematic drive as a slave and have no problems with its functionality. At this point, is there a way, now that I have an O/S W-XP, w/ 130 gig installed, that I can reformat or whatever, so that I can see the Full

ray123 Joined: Aug 22, 2004 Messages: 130 Hello. I have a Compaq 5WV280, 900 MHz AMD Athlon Processor w/ 384 Ram. Message says 149 gig right at Boot up. Advertisements Latest Threads New article coming soon...

I set the jumper to CS and Master and get the same error. Now I'm trying to put on XP or 2000. I've had nothing but problems with these zip drives.

C:\ 2.5GB (Windows 2K, D:\2.0GB (Windows Me), E:\3.0GB (Apps), F:\2.0GB (Games), I:\2.0GB (free), J:\2.0GB (free), K:\1.38GB (Win X temp), L:\651MB (for Burner disk transfer).

If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice. In your case, I would suggest disconnecting the PCI adapter and just connecting your hard disk directly to your motherboard. Is this your only drive that win is on "no partitons" No dual boots? After going directly to from the motherboard to the HD, it only recognized 131 of the 160.

Register Privacy Policy Terms and Rules Help Popular Sections Tech Support Forums Articles Archives Connect With Us Twitter Log-in Register Contact Us Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd. They both do the same thing. At every loading of win2000 I see this error disk I/O error: status=00008001 and after that the windows loads normaly but sometimes I have problem and the system crashes down without When I turned off my zip drive, the error no longer appeared.

I'm just seeing "error" and wondering. We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions. JSI Tip 7367. Not sure if there is a Bios Update.

RESOLUTION To resolve this issue, physically disconnect or remove the Zip drive during setup. If I boot up and do NOT hit F6 I get the following message "Set Up did Not find any hard disk drive installed in your computer" W2000 pretty much same Are you a data center professional? You got an IDE Hard disk eh?

NOTE: You may reconnect the Zip drive after setup completes. Good thing CD burners came along. And whether it will have any consequences. Trying to connet to Telia(Skanova) ADSL provider in Sweden with 837 5.

JSI Tip 2051. Username Forum Password I've forgotten my password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list Privacy Policy Log in When I booted the W2K CD-ROM (or Setup Floppies), I wasn't offered a choice to upgrade? Went to Compaq website and had Rom Update for Windows XP from 11/30/2001.

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Disk I/O Error: Status = 00008001 11. Any Idea?? Windows IT Pro Guest Blogs Veeam All Sponsored Blogs Advertisement Join the Conversation Get answers to questions, share tips, and engage with the IT professional community at myITforum.

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