It's a bit of a wild goose chase at this point, but can you hypothesize any correlation? Make sure you have a good backup and then try to run CHKDSK on all the system drives. At the command prompt, type “chkdsk /R /X Drive”. During my quest to solve this, I did come across the same web link and others that pointed to USB drives being unplugged "unsafely" [not using "Safely Remove Hardware" in the news
Woudn't you think that would be useful info? Also, it is unclear which "transaction log" or drive Windows thinks is corrupt. This article will explain how to disable USB Mass Storage devices in Windows Server 2008 R2. Heard it all.
Storage Volume Shadow Copies are not related. But so far, the theory has proved true. Join the IT Network or Login.
As per Microsoft: "This problem occurs because of changes that were made to the Classpnp.sys file in Windows Server 2003 SP1. Now looking at device manager using View > Show hidden devices, there are STILL no devices with problems . you should get decent enterprise disks. Event Id 140 The data has been lost.
All rights reserved. The System Failed To Flush Data To The Transaction Log. Corruption May Occur. Windows 7 Then test if issue still exists. Safe computing is a habit, not a toolkit. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/885688 This same power cycling and event logs are happening on two other computers (WinXP & Win7 x64) though the event source in Win7 is "Ntfs".
So I will be contacting Seagate for their input on this issue. http://discussions.virtualdr.com/showthread.php?167648-What-does-Warning-FTDISK-in-event-viewer-mean Any ideas there? 0 Message Author Comment by:Jsmply2010-06-16 Okay Dlethe. Event Id 57 Ntfs Corruption may occur.Aug 21, 2009 message string data: \Device\Harddis May 31, 2010 The attached USB drive may be broken and / or the connection to the server is not OK. Ntfs Event Id 137 Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time?
So I will be contacting Seagate for their input on this issue. http://introbuilder.net/event-id/windows-server-2003-kdc-error.php Results 1 to 3 of 3 Thread: What does Warning FTDISK in event viewer mean? Possibly a driver glitch? 0 LVL 3 Overall: Level 3 Windows 7 1 OS Security 1 Message Expert Comment by:pacsadminwannabe2010-05-14 Yeah I'd say so maybe even requires a bios update So when you say "The warnings are normal, in the sense it is a common problem, but it still means data loss" do you mean that the disks are going to Event Id 57 Hpqilo3
This issue may occur even though the disk uses an interface that supports surprise removal, such as a universal serial bus (USB) interface or an IEEE 1394 interface. In addition, if it is a hardware issue like Boon mentioned, you may try a reformat.Just rememberbackup files first.Shaon Shan |TechNet Subscriber Support in forum |If you have any feedback on Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. More about the author Uninstall hidden devices under Disk Drives and USB Controllers are enough.
x 102 PPitta Explanation NTFS could not write data to the transaction log. Event Id 140 Ntfs Windows 2012 R2 See ME885464 for a hotfix applicable to Microsoft Windows XP. Corruption may occur" errors in Windows 7 Pro Posted on 2010-05-12 OS Security Windows 7 Storage Hardware Hardware 2 Verified Solutions 49 Comments 28,522 Views 2 Endorsements Last Modified: 2013-12-04 Hi
Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. MÃ¶glicherweise sind die Daten beschÃ¤digt.May 15, 2013 Comments Jalapeno May 11, 2010 Jay196 It Service Provider, 101-250 Employees This can also be commonly recorded when a USB device is unplugged. The drive-letters will then show a question mark and the event comes up in the system log (3 times). Fsutil Resource Setautoreset The server/enterprise/RAID class disks are designed to give up quickly to let the RAID controller handle them.
To repair the file system Save any unsaved data and close any open programs. First Name Please enter a first name Last Name Please enter a last name Email We will never share this with anyone. Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Windows XP Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Center For Disease Control Security News / Warnings / Updates The drives are optimized for quick removal, but Norton Ghost seems to lock the drives in use when it's service is running.
These hidden devices are drivers for devices which connected to the computer before (but not connected currently). The manufacturer diagnostics come back with no errors at all. Regards, Boon Tee - PowerBiz Solutions, Australia - www.powerbiz.net.au Friday, January 07, 2011 12:15 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hello Boon, So you think the USB Enter "DEVMGR_SHOW_NONPRESENT_DEVICES" (without quotations) in the Variable Name, and set Variable Value to 1. 5.
The culprit was actually two-fold. On the Windows 7 machine (that this thread is based on), Ghost will not lock the drives when it runs alone. It took about 1.5 hours but returned 0 bad sectors. Joe Thursday, April 12, 2012 5:56 PM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site.
Based on your article, if I'm follwoing you, the warnings may be normal under this config? Creating your account only takes a few minutes. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/885688 Add link Text to display: Where should this link go? It is however filling the event log. 0 LVL 3 Overall: Level 3 Windows 7 1 OS Security 1 Message Expert Comment by:pacsadminwannabe2010-05-13 The only issue at a guess could