I/O device error

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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hi all,

Hope this could help you?

http://quick-help.net/Io-Device-Error :)
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I am having the problem too but with a different object. I have a sony vaio Vgn-n365e that recently broke. I replaced the hard drive and everything works fine. I installed windows xp onto it and it has never worked better. The old hard drive's OS was vista. I have a bunch of files on the old hard drive that need recovered. My friend told me to purchase an external hard drive enclosure. I got one and put it all together. I plug it in and everything says its working fine however, when I go into my computer and try to open it, I get the error message that there is a problem with the I/O thing. I downloaded the Handy recovery 4.0 program and it shows some of my files but not the ones that I need to keep. Is there a solution for this problem other then spending a jillion dollars for a hard drive data recovery specialist?
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There is a program called MiniPE created by DigiWiz. I am not at liberty to divest any details on how to obtain the .ISO other than to dig around on the net. The "Big G" works.

Otherwise look for a Knoppix ISO and mount the file system.
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Even I was facing same problem till last week, but i got it fixed. This problem occurs may be due to bad sectors or File System Errors.

Try This Solution It worked for me....
Go To properties of the drive which is giving this error and run Error-Checking. Make sure you select both Automatically Fix File System Errors and Scan for and attempt recovery of Bad Sectors. This will take lot of time. But once it is completed the error was fixed for me.
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I just bought a 250GB LaCie Little Disk USB2.0 external hard drive, and I seem to be experiencing the same problem. I have no problems transferring files to and from my Vista laptop, but whenever I try to connect to my XP desktop (in order to backup/transfer files so that I can use them on the laptop as well), the XP machine experiences errors. I connect the HD and if I open "my computer" the system freezes and "my computer" stops responding. Or, if I can get into "my computer", if I try to open the LaCie drive, it gives me the "device I/O error." The device is compatible with both OSs, and as I said before, it works fine with the Vista machine. Now I can't even safely disconnect the device from the XP machine even when I select "safely remove hardware." Please help.
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Hi EikichiOnizuka,here are the tips iam giving to solve the issue.hope so.Because i had the same issue and solve it by proceeding the following steps.
1)went to bios and enabled the usb
2)started os in safe mode
3)uninstalled the driver and reinstall it.
4)tried in checking other usb ports.
5)it worked in other of my usb ports and issue solved.

hope so it worked for me.hope to you also.Thank you
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Each time I tried to delete data from my thumb drive and dialog box apperas saying I/O Device Error 0X8002045D. How to solve this problem, please?

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