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A Disk Read Error Occurred Windows 7 FixI fix this? (25 posts) Started 4 years ago by stander2 Latest a disk read error occurred press ctrl+alt+del to restart windows 7 reply from G41M Topic Viewed 21520 times 1 2 Next » stander2 Posts: 17 This post has been reported.
Disk Read Error Windows 10Hi When I try and start up my Windows XP I get this message "Disk read error occurred press Ctl+Alt =Del to restart. Every time I restart I get the same http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/271237-32-disk-read-failure-press-ctrl message. Does anyone have any ideas about the steps I should take in an attempt to fix this problem. I have searched the forums but am a bit lost about some of the suggestions. Any simply explained suugested solutions would be appreciated. Thanks Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top whs Posts: 17584 This post has been reported. As a first measure http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/disk-read-error-occurred-message-how-do-i-fix-this I would run a chkdsk c: /r in cmd - e.g. from an installations disc. That would be as easy as it comes. Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top stander2 Posts: 17 This post has been reported. hI whs How do I get to the CMD- every time I reboot I get the same message "Disk read error occurred press Ctl+Alt =Del to restart" Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top whs Posts: 17584 This post has been reported. You have to load your installation disc and go to the repair options. Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top stander2 Posts: 17 This post has been reported. Hi Found the original Windows XP installation disk, turned the PC on, inserted the CD a number of times but all I get is the same message "Disk read error occurred press Ctl+Alt =Del to restart" Tried rebooting, installing CD, but only get the same message. Any other ideas would be appreciated. Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top vistamike Posts: 10945 This post has been reported. When you boot, do you see a
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Comments The “A disk read error has occurred” error is an extremely dreadful error message that appears as soon as a computer boots up and does not allow an affected computer to boot into its Operating System, essentially locking the user out of the computer. In its fullest form, this error message reads “A desk read error has occurred. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart.” Affected users are met with the “A desk read error has occurred” error no matter how many times they reboot their computer as this is not an issue that can be fixed by a simple restart. The “A disk read error has occurred” error message points towards a problem with a computer’s hard drive or issues during the process of reading said hard drive. However, the actual cause of this issue varies from one affected computer to the other and can be anything from a hardware issue to a software issue. This is why there is no set resolution or fix for this issue. However, there are quite a few different solutions that you can try out in order to try and fix the issue on your own, and the following are some of the most effective ones: How to BOOT into BIOS to change Boot Order You must know how to boot and change boot order since this will be needed to perform the solutions below. Restart your computer. Enter your computer’s BIOS (or UEFI) settings as soon as it starts up. The key that you need to press to enter these settings depends on the manufacturer of your computer’s motherboard and can be anything from Esc, Delete or F2 to F8, F10 or F12, usually F2. This is displayed on the post screen, and the manual that was supplied with your system. A quick google search asking "how to enter bios" followed by model number will also list results. Navigate to the Boot. Solution 1: Check to see if your hard disk has failed or is failing A failed or failing hard disk can also be the root of this issue. To check to see if you hard disk drive is failing or has failed, you need to: Go here and download an ISO file for Easy Recovery Essentials. Burn the ISO file to a CD/DVD or a USB using MagicISO or other free burning software. Insert the media into the affected computer, restart it and then boot from the media. Click on Automated Repair. Click on Continue. Wait for the Automated Repair to be completed. Once the process has reached completion, you will be informed if either your hard disk drive or RAM has failed or is failing. If you find that your HDD really has failed or is failing, replacing it with a new one and then starting over with a new installat