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Thanks for all the help :) Sookie gibler02-06-2005, 08:35 PMgood thread with suggestions (http://www.experts-exchange.com/Storage/Q_20784711.html) But, yes, try on the machine that wrote it first and get a backup pronto. This time I get "File creation error - Data error (cyclic redundancy check) Reply sam August 11, 2010 at 3:39 am i am getting the error when i open mu outlook..if How to fix this. You are indeed a lifesaver- or at least a semester-saver! navigate here

this is how I did it. Then later just delete those worthless text files. diagnose shows that all of my network and laptop is running smooth as a baby butt. Reply CG October 5, 2010 at 6:36 am Leo, I'm having the cyclic redundancy issue running Windows Backup on Windows 7.

There are about 70 .RM files on a CD all of them are fine but when I want to copy some of them there is this error. But I'm not sure. All this makes me suspect that Outlook somehow "creates" these errors. (CHKDSK didn't report any bad sectors anyway). Reply Ronald Vaughan November 14, 2011 at 1:10 pm I use a borrowed computer and burn data DVD's to archive mixed media.

Is there anything he can do to fix his hard drive? I like H: for "home" but your tastes may vary. Any other Ideas? What the heck.

And there comes the BSOD (blue screen of death). I'm not sure where to go from here. I think that's about as much as Linux can really do for throwing software against what is basically a hardware and a clue-ware problem, but there ya go. If this was your only copy of the file - if you would have suffered significant data loss had this file become corrupt - you haven't been backing up.

There is a money back gaurantee with it.(see link) This is a couple of years ago, and maybe they have updated the version since I got it. The floppydrive on the computer I'm trying to get the files to is working fine. partition software) include the ability to spread archives over multiple files and include redundancy/repair files automatically, based on user settings. And how can i fix this problem if there's no operating system on my (Desktop PC?

Chkdsk seems to go into an infinite loop. Though copy to nul worked just fine the xcopy /c to a different drive still gave the same redundancy failure. Data recovery is, after all, an important consideration. Respectfully, Michael Leslie Reply Paul Olding June 7, 2011 at 9:59 am Hi Leo - great article.

The file in the cab is called rfile002.001 and spans data5.cab (disk5) and data51.cab (disk 6). check over here and surprise surprise, nothing came up. This will fix your DvD problems: Cyclic Redundancy Check Error Reply Chuck Simpson October 24, 2009 at 10:07 pm Just wondering Leo, don't you think it is more advisable to just would understand it, it would be better if posted in English.

bossa ritchie Feb 06, 2006, 09:00pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Can't read data from floppies due to cyclic redundancy I tried to copy it to another removal disc so its not my hard drive that has a problem . .Wat do i do Reply Bob January 14, 2008 at 3:59 I am vigourous in making online and offline backups with acronis, which was how I discovered that bad spots were starting to arise. his comment is here This page edited and maintained by the Editors of Linux Gazette Copyright © 2002 Published in issue 77 of Linux Gazette April 2002 HTML script maintained by Heather Stern of Starshine

I'm backing up the main hard drive to an external HD. Good luck man! after a few retrys with smaller blocks the effective amount of data missing shrinked fom 1,3mb to 97kb in my 1,57gb file.

If only one file in a directory, make some text files, and then zip all and do the copy.

Even if CHKDSK does repair the problem, I'm actually torn on how much to continue to trust the hard disk. sookie_7202-06-2005, 06:40 PMIf u can still read the files on that floppy, I would copy them to the hard drive, and find another floppy, and save them to it. As you've already experienced, the default behavior of both COPY and XCOPY is to stop if an error occurs. I did this below and all the error messages stopped and I could move and copy all the files that caused these errors: (WIN XP) start run chkdsk e: /r (e=Maxtor

Good luck to everyone recovering his/her files. I repaired my Windows XP for the 5th time now. Thanks! weblink This reads the entire file by copying it "nowhere".

Now. Has the laptop got a network card installed? Did you read the article you just commented on? Explorer error does not occur again.

When you run it, it will perform a lengthy and exhaustive analysis of your hard disk without modifying its contents. The Xcopy /c command worked like a charm!! Looking for a better solution, I found Roadil's Unstoppable Copier. It should also have asked if you want to schedule the chkdsk for the next time the system is rebooted.

because I need my files please tell me about it as sson as possible.the file itself is fine it works and can be read. Why fail?? It saved my 8 GB PST file which was stored in a bad sector location of the HDD. Got a new DVD, still get the error.

Only 1 of the 3 could successfully read it. Explorer error: There was a problem sending the command to the program. Restart the computer and your problem is sorted out. And indeed, you could try that (though it submits the poor dented floppy to N more visits by drive gear) and see if the md5sums of any of the dd images

While SpinRite may not have recovered all the bad sectors on your hard drive, it could have repaired some, and those might have been the ones causing the problem with the file you're trying So without your help, we would have a huge loss on our hands, and being students we just don't have the money to buy a new computer. I can access my external hard disk now. After doing this you will see the PST files.

So now it's going to be, clean up the harddrive and get ready for a replacement, just to be safe.