So, USE IT AT YOUR OWN RISK! [crarko adds: Consider this hint to also serve as a reminder to check your backups...]Possible problems: Your HD Volume/FileSystem is corrupted Verification: Use Disk Jun 11 20:55:51 isunk kernel: disk0s9: I/O error. Restarted the thing and booted right into OSX. With today's hard disks, the hard drive controller maps out bad sectors itself, without even telling you. my review here
the only one I think may have caused it was running mySQL but I dont really have any proof or reason for it... Or is the disk highlighted in red? Save you a few dollars fixing something?If you so desire, feel free to kick back a dollar or two to help site upkeep. 3 Responses leave one → 2014 July 25
But after another while, the same thing re-occurs! (This cycle repeats in the current session). On Sale Now 1 Answer Filter by: Most Helpful Newest Oldest Chosen Solution rj713 Rep: 77.7k 353 75 139 Posted: 04/18/2010 Options Permalink History The computer is having trouble finding the Jun 16 17:24:17 isunk kernel: disk1s0: I/O error. Disk0s2 I/o Error Fix Register now!
There were a large number of repairs done. Disk0s2 I/o Error Mac Not happening. just a feeling. https://macosx.com/threads/i-o-errors.236788/ Reply With Quote 06-13-2005,11:59 AM #7 rman View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Dec 24, 2002 Location Los Angeles, California Posts 12,584 Specs:2 x 3.0GHz Quad-Core, 6GB OS X 10.6.8
Don't be this kind of customer... [No,IWillNotFixYour#@$!!Computer] by battleop355. http://www.mac-forums.com/showthread.php?t=20062 If this message doesn't disappear, and you continue to get disk0s3: I/O Error or similar errors, it might be time to think about punting the hard drive (or visiting a data Mac Disk1 I/o Error Naturally I got a bit panicky at this and decided to reboot off the install DVD and run disk utility... Osx I/o Error so far the disk has not had one I/O faliure..
Note that Zeroing all data takes a long time. Even after this message disappears, repeat one more time. Thanks for your reply. Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Error 0xe00002ca Detected For Lvg Macintosh Hd
This may seem redundant (backing up your now-functioning hard drive at it's present state twice), but there have been sporadic issues reported in the past with Time Machine backups having issues If it is indeed a software problem, you can boot from the OS X Install CD and, when it asks you to select a language for installation, select "Disk Utility" from Back to top #8 Vexir Posted 25 September 2011 - 09:16 AM Vexir InsanelyMac Protégé Members 28 posts I ran SeaTools and I'm failing almost every disk test. Does anyone know whether it will have no problem with my CiphSafe file, or do I need to do something special in order to use it on a new computer?
You can do these simple things to check for other possible causes: Run Activity Monitor to see that this is NOT due to temporarily high CPU and/or Memory usage. File System Check Exit Code Is 8 The process should fail or generate errors if the drive is failing. Your HD is dying.
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Secondly, CCC will provide you with a bootable copy of your hard drive. Powered by vBulletinCopyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. This is the optimal approach, as answering 'no' to any question causes fsck to stop. EgídioMac OS X [10.6.4] 2 posts • Page 1 of 1 Return to Firefox Support Jump to: Select a forum ------------------ Mozilla Firefox Firefox Support Firefox General Firefox
A good data recovery tool is Data Rescue. Jun 11 21:54:34 isunk kernel: disk0s9: I/O error. You may have salvaged it for now, but with 2.5″ HDD prices being under $100 these days (even their SSD cousins are coming down) you might as well drop the coin I notice that in disk utility it says its S.M.A.R.T enabled, ..
Back to top #5 Vexir Posted 25 September 2011 - 04:20 AM Vexir InsanelyMac Protégé Members 28 posts Boot from your install media and use Disk Utility to do a disk This repeated every time you tried to boot the system. (REASON: The system does not find your HD and thus the OS to boot).