Trying to recover allocation unit Tags: Hard Drives Storage Last response: January 19, 2011 12:49 PM in Storage Share waseem_10 January 19, 2011 10:26:30 AM Hello, how can reomove the trying recover allocation unit More about : recover allocation unit WyomingKnott a c 289 G Storage January 19, 2011 12:49:07 PM How big is the drive, what OS are you using, what motherboard? Have you already partitioned the drive? Is this the first time that you are using the drive, or have you used it, changed nothing, and had this message appear? Take a look at http://www.techimo.com/forum/general-tech-discussion/54... http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/49474-32-formatting-t... or any results of entering "recover allocation unit" in Google or the search engine of your choice. Also, you can download the drive manufacturer's diagnostics and see if they find a problem with a drive. A very scattershot answer, but the question was awfully non-specific. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Formatting-"Trying to recover allocation unit" Forum SolvedHow large would the speed difference between a 4096 b and a 64 kb allocation unit size after formatting? Forum SolvedAllocation Unit Size for Electronic Storage Forum SolvedHard Drive Allocation Unit size "waste" calculating? Forum Solvedallocation unit size for wd 1tb black Forum SolvedUSB drive for flashing BIOS - Allocation unit size? Forum SolvedBest Practices for a Storage Partition Vista/Win7 NTFS Allocation unit Forum Allocation Unit Size (Formatting 1000GB) Forum Allocation unit size and maximum file size Forum Change Allocation unit size with RAID 0 stripe 128 or not? Forum Cluster (allocation unit) size for NTFS in Windows 7 Forum When formatting what is allocation unit size Forum Hitachi 160GB HDD NTFS Allocation Unit Size Recommended Forum X25-M allocation unit size Forum RAID-5: StripeSize and allocation unit size Forum NTFS allocation unit size? Forum Allocation unit size Forum Allocation unit size Forum SolvedTrying to Recover data using sata IDE cable but it's SO SLOW Forum SolvedTrying to recover data from an old HDD Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !