Disk I/O Error
Disk I/O Error - the Hard Drive Mechanic. Disk I/O error repair tool to fix Windows XP and Windows 2000. Windows
A disk I/O error usually means data cannot be written to the hard disk. Either software that has been installed has
prevented the write operation or the hard disk itself is corrupted.
To recover from a Disk I/O error you need to repair the corrupted sectors. There are several ways to do it,
including running "chkdsk" however this sometimes results in further corruption.
The ‘Hard Drive Mechanic ’is the simplest way to identify
and repair this problem. The Mechanic will diagnose your firmware to determine if it is functioning properly and
then diagnose your file system to determine how to repair it and with the press of a button.