ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: have a peek at these guys These can take up to an hour on today's gigantic hard drives. Must be a disk error, run chckdsk. If you want to disable checking disk when starting, you may run the following command with the elevated administrator privilege: chkntfs /x c: Note: If you have 2 drive, Chkdsk Cannot Open Volume For Direct Access Usb Drive

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". 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.

This also forces all running applications to be unloaded.

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 Per your advice - uninstalled Spyware, shutdown and rebooted. Cannot Open Volume For Direct Access Sd Card Fix My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ...

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.