Disk read error Tags: Hard Drives Disk Read Error Windows 7 Storage Last response: April 1, 2011 12:48 PM in Storage Share Anonymous a b $ Windows 7 a b G Storage April 1, 2011 10:09:50 AM Hello, I have reinstalled Windows 7 Ultimate onto my laptop to try and resolve a disk read error issue upon boot. This has not resolved the issue If i take the HDD out and connect up to my PC I can access the drive and as soon as i run a disk checker it starts running and then stops. After this the drive locks up and says access denied any ideas? More about : disk read error WyomingKnott a b $ Windows 7 a c 289 G Storage April 1, 2011 12:48:39 PM Your disk is most likely failing. Replace the disk. Do not try to boot from it again, every write operation reduces your chance of recovering data. Get your data back from your backups. If you don't have backups, grab a free-to-scan utility (Clonezilla, EASEUS, and the ilk) and see how much data can be recovered. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedHELP! Disk Read Error when migrating XP to SSD Forum SolvedXP USB Install disk read error Forum SolvedWindows 7: a disk read error & blank screen w/ cursor Forum SolvedA Disk Read Error Occurred Forum SolvedA disk read error occured press ctrl alt del Forum SolvedDisk Read Error! Forum SolvedDisk Read Error Woes Forum SolvedDisk read error occurred. Press Ctrl alt del to reRecovery Forum Solvedhard disk read error Forum SolvedChange SATA port, "disk read error" Forum SolvedSolution To This? (A Disk Read Error) Details inside on what I am trying to do Forum SolvedDisk Read Error Forum SolvedMore Problems With The New Build. A Disk Read Error Occurred. Forum SolvedMore problems with the new build. A disk read error occurred. Forum Solved"A Disk Read Error Occurred Press CTRL+ALT+DEL To Restart Computer" Forum SolvedDisk Read Error Forum SolvedDisk read error | Dual Install Forum when I turn on my laptop it says "a disk read error has occurred". i keep trying to restart with ctrl+alt+del but it's still n Forum Disk Read Error Forum Solveddisk read error Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !