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Kevin, Most probably your hard drive contains file system errors or bad blocks.Please downloadAcronisReport utility availablehereand run it, create a report and attach the file to your next post. Thank you! Try to repeat the operation. The HDD will no longer be trying to read from a bad sector and will continue your HDD clone.You may want to try to download and burn the Ultimate Boot CD this contact form

If Step 2 does not solve the issue and/or you are using Acronis True Image Home 2009 Build 9796 or Acronis True Image Echo Build 8398 (Windows Editions), please do the Hi-I've been struggling with Acronis True Image TS with this issue for a few weeks and thought I'd ask here to see if anyone had any insights while Acronis looks at Top Login to post comments Sun, 2009-10-18 11:08 #1 Oleg Offline Acronis QA Engineer Joined: 2009-04-16 Posts: 3009 Hello Jesse, Thank you for using [[http://www.acronis.com/homecomputing/products/trueimage/ | Acronis True Image]] Please do If that drive is 500 GB in size it may be at the end of the disk.

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It has no name and the only option is to delete it. Tech Reviews Tech News Tech How To Best Tech Reviews Tech Buying Advice Laptop Reviews PC Reviews Printer Reviews Smartphone Reviews Tablet Reviews Wearables Reviews Storage Reviews Antivirus Reviews Latest Deals I brought an SSD to replace my hard drive and I imaged the old drive with Windows on and stored it on my external drive. I followed your instructions and I'm not getting the message anymore.

  • Turn on verification during the backup.That small unformatted drive looks like a flash drive, perhaps used by Readyboost.Maybe you can remove the unnecessary drives and perform the backup.
  • how can I fix this error. 2 answers Last reply Sep 7, 2011 More about cloning error Hawkeye22Sep 7, 2011, 11:43 PM Is your drive healthy?
  • Thanks, Art Top Login to post comments Thu, 2010-01-14 07:50 #7 Oleg Offline Acronis QA Engineer Joined: 2009-04-16 Posts: 3009 DearArt, I have requested the necessary diagnostic files in thisthread.
  • Are you launching this from within Windows or on bootable media?I ran TI version 2013 with the same disks & laptop, but I believe the last full backup I did was
  • I was eventually able to restore everything I needed to a new hard drive and I'm back up & running with no apparent ill effects.
  • Disk 1 shouldn't be involved at all.It sounds like you're saying when Acronis says "hard drive 1," they're not referring to my Disk 1 at all, but rather to the destination
  • Won't cost you a cent either.I suspect Acronis has a problem with your hybrid drive (specifically, the 8GB portion).
  • I'm going to reinstall 2013 on that system and see what happens.

All digits crossed that I can restore that partition as well and boot from it. I would appreciate if you could kindly let me know whether the issue got resolved. Prashant Mirjankar March 11, 2013 at 4:32 am Try using HDD regenerator if it finds any bad sector it will repair that sector. Acronis Failed To Read Data From The Disk Error RobCharles1981 15:22 02 Sep 13 Yes I do all that.....

Understand that the bad sectors are bad, if there was anything there it is gone now. Acronis Failed To Read From Sector Clone Please check the partition for errors: Go to the Command Prompt (Start -> Run -> cmd); Enter the command: chkdsk DISK: /r where DISK is the partition letter you need to I still want to replace it, of course, and I have a new disk ready to go once I can get a good full backup.Thanks so much for your help, guys!-SusanEdit If it works (and you don't require anything fancier than backing up and restoring images), then the free version is all you need.

A reboot does not help. Failed To Read Sector Easeus post edited by arachnaut - 2016/01/21 02:08:30 - Jim Hurley -SONAR Platinum - x64 -Windows 10 ProASUS P8P67 PRO Rev 3.0; Core [email protected]; 16 GB G.SKILL Ripjaws X; GeForce GT 440; Partha Sarathy March 11, 2013 at 9:42 am thank you ha14 March 11, 2013 at 9:40 am 1514: Multiple "Failed to read from sector..." Error Messages During Partition Analysis or Backup My backup will complete successfully if I select 'Ignore All' but that's not a great long term fix.

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Don't know if that was ever resolved.In any case, wouldn't hurt to try Macrium Reflect. Thank you. __________________ Oleg Lee Acronis QA Team

Top Login to post comments Wed, 2010-01-13 02:45 #5 Art S. Acronis Failed To Read Data From The Disk We do read, analyze and work to improve our content, products and services based off the feedback we receive. Acronis Clone Failed To Read Data From The Disk This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.

I use Backup Locations so my incremental images don't consume my entire backup drive. weblink Offline Beginner Joined: 2010-01-12 Posts: 4 Dear Oleg, I am having the same E000101F4: Failed to read data from the disk. I don't know how to transfer the OS on H to another disk. Top Login to post comments Sat, 2011-06-11 01:46 #11 Khanh Luong Offline Beginner Joined: 2011-06-11 Posts: 1 I'm using Win 7 Ultimate 32-bit. Direct R/w Operation Has Failed

I'm glad to know there's a problem, I guess, and I'm sure I'll be relieved after this is all over, but what a PITN. Art Top Login to post comments Tue, 2010-01-12 17:37 #6 Art S. I'll either go with the full version of Macrium or reinstall my ATI 2013, since I do need to be able to backup files & folders as well as do disk navigate here They are both only a few months old.

I've been running dual-boot systems from the same (partitioned) physical drives for years and years with no problems, but I take your point.I can't boot into Win 7 or 8 because Acronis Check Disk Utility I've read all these different suggestions about trying to ISOLinux boot image or downgrading ATI version and chkdsk /r and even using the hard drive manufacturer disk utility. Please let me know if the provided information is not clear or if you have any other question.

Mark Thread UnreadFlat Reading Mode❐ [SOLVED] Acronis backup error - hard disk '1'?

Reboot the machine; Rename the snapapi.dll and snapapivss.dll files to snapapi.old and snapapivss.old in the following folder: Windows 32 bit: %WINDIR% -> system32 Windows 64 bit: %WINDIR% -> syswow64 Download Acronis driver update and extract Clearly, that's what it seems to be doing. I have multiple rescue boot media and I'm still back to where I started.All I want to do is install a new hard drive and have what I had before: a Acronis Clone Disk Operation Failed Beth AttachmentSize 15_06_01_acronis_error.docx 27.73 KB Top Login to post comments Tue, 2015-06-02 22:02 #14 Enchantech Online Acronis MVP Volunteer Joined: 2013-12-21 Posts: 4924 Beth, If you are referring to the download

Log in / Username Password Verification Stay logged in Login Forgot Your Password? Please note that we cannot individually respond to all comments. it doesnt allow me to make a back-up on my laptop. his comment is here I'm assuming that the backup is from drive 0 to drive 1.This happens when I try to back up from Disk 0 to Disk 4.

I've tried everything I can think of and spent way more time than I should have on this. The only time you will keep seeing the error is when it cannot remap the sector (no more free remap sectors available or it couldn't rebuild the sector to perform the fault on my drive 0, the one with volumes H and C.) That's what started me down this path, since I figured I should replace that drive ASAP. Run chkdsk c: /f on the drive and see what it reports.Edit:Wow, how did I miss the part that read ""Fail to read from sector 43,604020"?

If that drive is 500 GB in size it may be at the end of the disk. Offline Beginner Joined: 2010-01-12 Posts: 4 How do I send a Zip file not in public view! Tags:DiagnosticsPartitionErrorHDDFailureHiddenSnapAPISectorIssueWindowsTroubleshootingHomeADDSATIEISA2009ABR Was this article helpful? In this case, running chkdsk probably won't hurt, but will most likely report the same error - bad sector.

I'm in unfamiliar territory here, but once I have everything working again I'll be sure to keep current whole disk images rather than just backups.I'd be happy to have my 2nd well, all I wanna do is just a back-up file =.=" AttachmentSize report.txt 296 bytes Top Login to post comments Sat, 2011-06-11 02:25 #12 Pat L Offline Acronis MVP Volunteer Joined: Facebook Twitter Youtube © 2000–2016 Acronis International GmbH. Dobro, Tele, Gretsch Chet Atkins, 4 and 5 string basses, etc.ASUS Maximus VIII Hero M/B, i7 6700K CPU, 16GB Ram, SSD and conventionalhard drives,Win10 Pro and Win 10 Pro Insider Pre-Release

I have Acronis running automatic nightly backups and have started receiving a new error message: "E000101F4: Failed to read data from the disk. If Step 1 does not solve the issue and you are using Acronis True Image Home 2009 Build 9796 or Acronis True Image Echo Build 8398 (Windows Editions), click the table STxxxx = seagate, Hxxxxx = hitachi and so on. Basically, the HDD is told information is in particular places, like directions.

Top Login to post comments Sun, 2009-10-25 23:12 #3 Kevin White Offline Beginner Joined: 2009-10-25 Posts: 1 I tried your sugestions and no luck. I've used Macrium Free plenty of times. (I've never tried it with cloning, but for backup images, it's always done the job without issue). I've always resorted to backup images and never had an issue. Alan Wade March 11, 2013 at 6:27 pm Here is an article which should help you out a lot.

Does anyone know how to fix this error? Read more. The 'C:' and 'H:' are the boot drives for the respective OSes.They might be different when you boot from one to another.Do not try to run chkdsk from windows 7 on