|08 Jun 2012||#1|
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Startup Repair not working, I/O error message in cmd prompt
Hey guys, i am running windows 7 home premium 64 bit on my core i3 lennovo laptop
Problem is that i have been running a 2nd monitor and about a month ago the laptop screen went crazy and stopped working but the monitor kept working so i just went along with that. All has been fine but 2 days ago a tried to log in and the computer froze so i manually restarted it to find the startup repair come up, it did its thing, restarted a few times over a day and then it said that the problem could not be repaired, i tried it again and the same thing happened.
I saw the infinite loop tutorial so i tried it and got to the final stages and it said that the action could bot be performed because of an i/o error.
I searched around and saw that people have used chkdisk And sfc scannow. I tried these but kep geting the same messge about the i/o error.
All of my work is on this HDD so could someone please reccomend a way to fix this or save my HDD from having all of its contents deleted
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