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This seems to be a better approach than checking on httpresponse code. –Enigma Aug 20 '12 at 12:04 2 The problem is that if you read the HttpUrlConnection.getErrorStream() code, you'll But as an amateur conclusion, I'm pretty sure it's SOFTWARE (either Windows or CTM) communications error with hardware causing the problem (at least in my case; there can be hardware issues The problem typically evades all forms of detection. At least I get a clue about what's going on with the car prior to taking it to Autozone for free scan and some shops for price quotes.

Started a defrag with Piriform Defraggler hoping for a quick operation with an almost empty HD. Once it's disconnected, it will forget the codes and you can start the whole process over clean. I have one question though, during the test, my D4 light was blinking (short, 4 times) is this a different code? My problem is finding out where on the car that part is located.

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from Boot first: CD/DVD, Boot second: HDD; to Boot first: HDD, Boot second: none). Thanks for your post as well. I was skeptical at first, however I got a good solid read. in most cases the high temp is due to a old Thermal paste or a a wrong position of the heatsink mbokon 4 August 2010 02:16:00 Thanks for the input.

It is not the hdd, not the tower. Hope this helps some other people who experience this problem! The backup of the Windows directory I was referring to in my last post was made after the "A Disk Read Error..." to recover the system current state (after chkdsk /f I then re-imaged the unbootable drive and once again ended up with a working XP pro system.

I tried reloading the program after reloading the OS 3 times on the same hdd. At least now I know there is no easy fix without investing a lot of time and will quit wasting time on it. And it works. my email is [email protected]  Im very interested in knowing how to read codes on a 1992 Ford Ranger 4 cyc  thanksI have a 1994 Lincoln towncar how to i get the

i keep the original drive as my "system" drive. no love. it happens in 2nd, 3rd and 4th gears. Under Windows check the HDD using the Error - checking (Tools Tab), click on Check now...

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There were no errors detected by chkdsk /f or /r before making the backup. But why does this happen? Errno How to leave a job for ethical/moral issue to a potential employer without explaining details Are there any heuristic-free NP complete problems? So there i was happily backing everything up.

connection code code code ... // Get the response code int statusCode = connection.getResponseCode(); InputStream is = null; if (statusCode >= 200 && statusCode < 400) { // Create an InputStream Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Read error response body in Java up vote 34 down vote favorite 7 In Java, this code throws an exception when the I have a number of "PREPARED" hdds loaded with XP for the 81s as replacements a total of 5, different makes, different sizes. i LOVE this car, and i love the 45+ mpg, and this light problem has me worried a bit.

If its anything like Vista, then I think you need to boot from the Win 7 DVD, click on Repair, then CMD or Command Prompt... Pull the diagnostic plug out from the plastic housing that is bundling it to the other set of wires under there (I think the second set of wires down there are Now the issue is to find a REALLY FREE SR replacement I can use as a back up to SR. Multiple restarts result in the same error message.

jjghost 21 February 2010 11:51:50 I encountered this wonderful error when I restored my disk via a Ghost image. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart". Windows 7 Ultimate x64 AMD Athlon X2 6000+ Seagate ST3500320AS Asus M2N I'll mention EVERYTHING that might have something to do with the problem, just for reference for possible solutions.

Then enter: Bcdboot [Windows installation drive]:\Windows /s [Startup drive] I used "Bcdboot D:\Windows /s C:" and my computer started up again!

Over and out elohop3e GamerPerfection 29 January 2011 02:38:46 I'm going to share my experience with this dread error message. When I get some time I will reapply new thermal paste to the heat-sink and try again. Thanks in advance Im interested in any information you have I have a 94 mustang 5.0 ho automatic it runs great but once in awhile turn it off and wont start I can assess all partitions except the NTFS partition where Windows 7 lives.

I pray this helps some of my fellow technicians. I recently purchased a Dell Netbook Inspiron Mini 10, with Windows 7. When I started getting the message, I figured it was something I did concerning the partitions, so I loaded the W7 DVD, went to the command line from the repair tools At this point, you may be feeling some frustration. :-) If all that fails, here's what will usually work: Ghost your data to a new drive, and use the original one

So you receive the dreaded "a disk read error occurred. I though it was some unlikely coincidence and installed Win 7 again. I will eventually get a new laptop with Windows and probably just now keep linux on this Compaq laptop which at least runs well on it. For me it appears to be a Windows problem or a problem with Windows on certain hardware.

Also head hysteresis tests can't find anything mechanically bad. Here's my experience: * HP compac NC6400 * put new sata 250 G drive in enclosure + clone existing 80 G drive to new drive using cloning utility. * put new I don't know why the original disk has no problems being a slave. Try each step below, in order, and see if your drive becomes accessible after each step.

Could it be that the program file is corrupted in some way that only this ONE tower cannot deal with? for the first time Windows 7 actually booted and finished it's setup routine!!! My issue is... Run CHKDSK /R /P from the recovery console (it will typically find no error) 2.

However, the OS was not reloaded because this dealer doesn't do that. You might have to tell them where the diagnostic connector is.It's true, they do diagnostics for free, but that is for new cars that require a hand held unit. I agree with you 100% that it is a windows/hardware interaction issue. until I turned the computer off or changed the Boot Disk priority in the BIOS (ie.

Pulling the CMOS battery to let the BIOS lose it settings may work. If you are near one of the major chains they can usually provide you with a printout of what the OBD reading says on your vehicle. share|improve this answer edited Jun 29 '15 at 19:35 Cleb 4,06491937 answered Jun 29 '15 at 18:34 gpiazzese 14123 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote I know that this