During this two-day training all of the key new capabilities of Windows Server 2016 will be explored in addition to how they can be used in customer environments. Saturday, November 10, 2012 3:52 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Option 2 worked for me for which I am most grateful. Also, you don't need to create batch file to run a single command line "CHKDSK /F". http://softwaredevelopercertification.com/cannot-open/vista-check-disk-cannot-open-volume.php I choose Y, then later I do Start->Turn Off Computer->Restart.
So best to restart in order rem for it to run. Cannot Open Volume For Direct Access Windows Xp They say they installed but update history it says they failed & after a reboot there they are, asking to be installed. After it caused my computer to freeze, I uninstalled it.
Windows Updates Error "Could Not Open The File: Access Denied" setting up print to fileI have been trying to setup a postscript printer on port "File:" so I can print anything asked 5 years ago viewed 5872 times active 4 years ago Related 2chkdsk doesn't repair the file system corruption I have, now what?3Where are the results of the XP Disk Error Adrynalyne, Apr 1, 2008 #4 legalsuit MajorGeek Hi Adry
On most computers, Vista needs at least 2gb for good performance. the volume is in use ... It's definitely a software problem. this content rem chkdsk rem /f = Fix Issues Found rem /v = Display Cleanup Info for NTFS Volumes rem /r = Find bad sectors echo y | chkdsk /f /v /r rem
CHKDSK msg: "...cannot open Volume for direct access..." Discussion in 'Software' started by legalsuit, Mar 31, 2008. Cheers LS legalsuit, Apr 15, 2008 #10 Adrynalyne Guest Well, head back to Windows and find your i386 folder and post where it is here. Having done a MS check for updates, there are none for my Laptop. I have also run Autoruns, and I saw nothing on > the list of what was loading at start-up that struck me as unusual. > > > > "Rick Rogers" wrote:
Instead, I get this error >> >> >> > message: >> >> >> > "cannot open volume for direct access." I found some old KB >> >> >> > articles >> When I tried the "last known good configuration" - it took me to the black screen where it tries to run diskchk with the same result as my original message. I need some help, and would be grateful for any assistance at all. ikhlayer.sys--delete this from C:\windows\system32\drivers.
Discovered the culprit was my Rescue and Recovery application (used for backups and recoveries). Okcpa, Sep 29, 2010 #8 vicks Joined: Jan 31, 2005 Messages: 5,135 Glad we were able to help you. I'm trying to troubleshoot problems with slow boots and general lack of responsiveness, and have reinstalled three times now... No, I did not run chkdsk myself.
How does it cause this > > issue, and how do you undo the damage? > > > > There was a recent update to Norton Antivirus 2007, but I have Vista performance & maintenance Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code Same result - my system simply can't seem to run the disk check. I've never encountered a problem with CHKDSK before or infections with my regular clean ups/maintenance.