This thread is locked. Tried uninstalling and reinstalling LMS driver with no luck. You can run a chkdsk quite easily: The server could not start. D’s post on February 17, What is this that’s popping up in the log?
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In your start menu type in cmd, right click on the command prompt box in the start menu and select “run as administrator” then in the new black window type in: I recently purchased a Gateway NVu brand new notebook. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.
Computer freezes randomly – Internal Hardware
Microsoft Web Platform Installer 4. The server could not start. It is unlikely but still I recommend backing files up to be safe. Sata Operation may also be by itself in that first screen list.
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I reformatted and reinstalled win I followed your advice and uninstalled, downloaded the drivers from Gateway, and reinstalled the Intel Management Engine Components and the Intel Matrix Storage Manager.
See our Sustainability Report. The platter is spinning at rpm’s in most modern hard drives, the head that reads the data is so small it would require a microscope to see clearly, if a hard drive is bumped hard enough while running, that head can slam into the platter, instantly causing bad blocks where the head hit the platter and possibly destroying the head itself.
This will not solve anything since the notebook is brand new and I have been receiving this Event ID warning since the beginning. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
Please note that everything seems to be working fine otherwise. In the list of hardware categories, click on system devices and then double-click the device name. This thread is locked. The previous system shutdown at 6: Posted conject October – I have seen a fall of only 4 inches destroy a drive while it was running. Sorry this didn’t help. Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list.
I just got this Dell computer brand tge a year ago. In the past 2 months where I work a 2 desktops were simply tipped over while running which destroyed both drives. I’m running Windows XP and have the latest updates. I have seen drives bad off the shelf, I frequently saw and still see drives fail after 6 months or less from “new” state. Some very old software stores data in program files. I figure it is safer to stick to drivers provided by Gateway. Use the following link for instructions on turning on logging support: Subject kudos T – Choose to drain external battery first [Feature Request].
SMART data seems to point toward this being the case. Page 1 conenct 2 hecii 2 Next.
Computer freezes randomly
If your drive is a gb I would expect that number in white to be somewhere around ,, or close to. The Intel “update” is still at April tne was the software i uninstalled. Older drives seemed to be more reliable than the newer drives in my experience. I would suggest you uninstall and reinstall the latest version of Intel chipset drivers and Intel Matrix Storage Manager.