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Even with 5 minutes per server (to check the logs and other parameters), it may take an hour to make sure that everything is ok and no "red lights" are blinking It tests for very many things, so also worth a try to see what it says for you. At seemingly random times, my computer would lock itself solid. You may have a bad connection to and from one of your hard disks. Source

After running the tool (no downtime is required), the report show this: SLOT 0 Smart Array E200i Controller ERROR REPORT: Array accelerator status: Valid data found at reset Hardware Problem Saturday, February 05, 2011 9:32 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have the issue with a configuration similiar to the OP. So I thought that because a fresh install had fixed problem #1, perhaps another fresh install might fix problem #2. After lots of drive and cable swapping I have discovered it happens because I have the drive caddy plugged into a Noontec USB3 hub.

View the graphical view of your disks. Tails77 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Tails77 02 May 2012 #4 writhziden Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit 11,288 posts Colorado It could be a few Under there you will have several nodes for "Harddisk0" ... Stats Reported 7 years ago 17 Comments 48,680 Views Other sources for 11 crypt32 Microsoft-Windows-Wininit KDC Microsoft-Windows-RPC-Events Microsoft-Windows-CAPI2 Credential Vault Host Storage Credential Vault Host Control Service Lsi_sas See More Others

x 131 Anonymous This error is more likely to have been caused if Intel ATA Mass Storage device driver is installed or if it is an incorrect version. x 314 Anonymous I had this problem with a new computer. There are multiple USB drives plugged in, and the drive that detects the error varies. At last I resolved it successfully.

The 10'000 year skyscraper Hiding and showing element based on screen size Safely adding insecure devices to my home network Wrapfigure next to Center environment Could I work as a Professor Mace Oct 5, 2010 Bryan Doe Engineering, 51-100 Employees I'm seeing this a lot with external drives - appears to be happening when users remove them uncleanly. Privacy statement  © 2016 Microsoft. WHY ENCODE IT IN THE FIRST PLACE????   I mean seriously google "what drive is \device\harddisk1\DR1" and you will get a bazillion responses just like this one with 400 responses -

That is my experience with Windows and this message. For example, I have the following configuration in Disk Management: Disk 0 (RAID - C), Disk 1 (RAID- D), Disk 2 (USB - I get these 2 events together....Does anyone else? Feb 19, 2013 at 4:05 UTC Do you have any Management software installed for the RAID?  That would have it's own logging and hopefully diagnostics too. 0 Jalapeno Resolution: Remove or replace the faulty hard drive.

Neither of the first disk in the enclosure get the error (disk 5, or 9) 0 Pimiento OP josephboombox Mar 13, 2014 at 7:20 UTC 1st Post Well x 307 Anonymous I got this error in my event viewer along with these: Event ID: 129 Source: HpCISSs2 Description: Reset to device, \Device\RaidPort0, was issued. This is an OPTIONAL SCSI command that may or may not be supported by the device. Solution: New motherboard - and I was back in business the next day.

If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? this contact form Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... But this is just an assumption. I followed your instructions to uninstall the driver and yesterday experience no errors after using it for several hours.

Mace Apr 12, 2011 hsc5775 Other, 101-250 Employees replace the hard drive better safe than sorry Cayenne Sep 8, 2011 Chris M. yeah, i'm here because i have the same problem. I had same problem, took me ages to find this post among all (adding "solved" to the error message in google was a success lol) and now I can confess that have a peek here These are just unique random numbers.

Player claims their wizard character knows everything (from books). See ME895573 to get the hotfix. Hardware & Devices the driver detected controller error on device/harddisk0/dr0Recently I reformatted my HD and clean install win 7 ultimate 32 bit on my computer, bcuz of some problems when booting

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Heat itself is most likely caused by something else, such as faulty fan on the computer case (pretty cheap to replace). It seems that the jumper setting from my IDE drive, which worked with my old power supply, wouldn't do so with the new supply. x 126 Kane I've been encountering this problem for ages. PORK YO NI IDEA !!!!!!  MUCHAS GRACIAS. 0 Pimiento OP rm9 Jul 8, 2014 at 11:40 UTC 1st Post God damn it I am fed up with this!

Join Now Am seeing the following in my 2008R2 Event Viewer: * Event Time: 19 Feb 2013 02:42:19 AM * Source: Disk * Event Log: System * Type: Error * Event Restarting the machine--even if it isn't a cold-boot--prevents the issue from occuring. Following a link off of the link Fishsauce provided (below), it does seem to validate that the disk in question is "Disk 2" that in Disk Management shows is an external Check This Out I just had it start happening on our Laptop also, but seems to only occur few times a week at most.

By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use, Privacy Policy and to receive emails from Spiceworks. I was able to fix this problem. My System Specs OS Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7600 Multiprocessor Free CPU Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU 530 @ 2.93GHz Motherboard Acer FIH57 Memory 3.00 GB Graphics Card Intel(R) HD Possible solutions include: Uninstall the Intel driver and reinstall after Roxio EZCD Creator, simple do not use the Intel driver.

They both have a qlogic 1040b scsi adapter, directly connected to digital ba356 scsi storage box. Adi Rabinovich Dec 28, 2012 @ 16:06:06 Thanks for great comment! There are tons of writings on this but you never really get anywhere that is understandable to me and most of the folks that have had the same error. The system had two hard-drives, and the older hard-drive was seemingly working just fine, even with the same SATA cable and connected to the same slot on the Motherboard.

i have recently been burning some dvd's DVD+R by the way and all was going well until i reinserted a disk and when i went to Start,Computer and E Drive it YES, I swapped out the "Disk 2" drive (an external Seagate GoFlex) as indicated in the Disk Management console and the errors went away. Is it possible to bleed brakes without using floor jack?