And a more detailed thread here. Meanwhile, I 'm checking log files / troubleshooting to come up >> with an action plan and could use any input about Event ID/error codes. >> This >> is what I've One thing that's always worthwhile when experiencing (or suspecting) disk issues is to run chkdsk on all the disks in your server. Your Windows Server 2003 Application event log may record Event IDs 1000 and 1004 AND Windows Server 2003 Terminal Server client connections and logon attempts may fail when connecting to a http://chatflow.net/event-id/vmware-an-error-was-detected-on-device-device-harddisk0-dr0-during-a-paging-operation.html
One thing that's always worthwhile when experiencing (or suspecting) disk issues is to run chkdsk on all the disks in your server. I have tried unplugging them and shutting Windows down and restarting Windows and uninstalling the devices and plugging only one of them in and restarting and plugging them in on different Corruption may >> occur. >> >> Eventually log shows: >> Product:Windows Operating System >> ID:12 >> Source:PlugPlayManager >> Version:5.2 >> Symbolic Name:ERR_SURPRISE_REMOVAL_2 >> Message:The device '%1' (%2) disappeared from the system Your Windows Server 2003 computer logs Event ID 257 and Event ID 12?
Likewise I would not be surprised to learn that a valid patch itself has had an adverse effect. Just do not cut, or do a hot detect". Has been tried. 2.
i have the same problem.my cdrw/dvd has simply vanished. I've downloaded the driver off the dell site thinking it might be newer, but no luck. Are you a data center professional? See ME945926 for additional information about this event.
x 30 Morten Holje I received this very same error when a NIC disappeared in device manager. Event Id 12 Kernel-general solved Simple tech external hard drive; lost everything! Replace the drive and I bet that fixes it". Yesterday I was booted on sata drive (XP SP3 also) and same thing happened.
The events you see are, in general, considered to be harmless. Hung maybe 30 seconds, then disk activity. Thanks! This sequence of events is the sign of a legitimate hardware problem that should be addressed.
This event may be logged if high-volume disk I/O operations are performed and a time-out occurs while the LDM (Logical Disk Manager) is interacting with PNP (Plug and Play). Friday, July 17, 2009 3:45 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Okay. The Device Vmware Virtual Disk Scsi Disk Device Disappeared In looking in "Computer Management" I found the error message:Event Type: ErrorEvent Source: PlugPlayManagerEvent Category: NoneEvent ID: 12Date: 7/16/2004Time: 10:05:15 PMUser: N/AComputer: LUVVIEDescription:The device 'TOSHIBA DVD-ROM SD-C2502' (IDE\CdRomTOSHIBA_DVD-ROM_SD-C2502________________1011____\3135303032383434323820202020202020202020) disappeared from the Event Id 13 Anyone else getting this error?
other than: run chkdsk. http://chatflow.net/event-id/the-disk-signature-of-disk-is-equal-to-the-disk-signature-of-disk.html However, it seems that certain laptop NICs have this feature built-in to save power. Any ideas what would cause this? Thanks Ken Event Type: WarningEvent Source: PlugPlayManagerEvent Category: NoneEvent ID: 257Date: 7/15/2009Time: 2:47:14 PMUser: N/AComputer: WHS-SERVER-1Description:Timed out sending notification of target device change to window of "C:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXE" For more information, see Help and Your Windows Server 2003 Application event log may record Event IDs 1000 and 1004 AND Windows Server 2003 Terminal Server client connections and logon attempts may fail when connecting to a
Hung maybe 30 seconds, then > disk activity. At this point it is either a bad SATA power connector or the power supply itself. If the drive won't respond, the driver reports to Windows that the CDROM has been removed (it isn't answering back, and won't respond). http://chatflow.net/event-id/event-id-129-reset-to-device-device-raidport0-was-issued.html After lots of time on the phone with Dell tech support and trying a different drive, they could not solve it and chalk it up to some problems with XP itself,
In my case the problem is definitely lack of system specs though - it was fine with XP RTM but SP2 seems to have pushed it 'over the edge'. Custom search for *****: Google - Bing - Microsoft - Yahoo Feedback: Send comments or solutions - Notify me when updated Printer friendly Subscribe Subscribe to EventID.Net now!Already a subscriber? Then XP (SP3) resumed.
I have been having strange things happen myself, after installing SP1 on a laptop. New computers are added to the network with the understanding that they will be taken care of by the admins. See ME828285 for more details. Plug in the external power-supply to enable the NIC again.
It is. 3. Thank you for searching on this message; your search helps us identify those areas for which we need to provide more information. Windows IT Pro Guest Blogs Veeam All Sponsored Blogs Advertisement Join the Conversation Get answers to questions, share tips, and engage with the IT professional community at myITforum. his comment is here Then XP (SP3) resumed.
Eventually log shows: Product:Windows Operating System ID:12 Source:PlugPlayManager Version:5.2 Symbolic Name:ERR_SURPRISE_REMOVAL_2 Message:The device '%1' (%2) disappeared from the system without first being prepared for removal. marathonman Top by sunny888 » Tue Jul 27, 2004 9:00 pm http://www.winnetmag.com/Article/Articl ... 27404.html - useful link Dont B proud Dont love anything 2 much Dont B angry Dont B dishonest To: MarathonMan: 1. Best way >> to >> determine if ONE drive is the cause vs IDE bus, power load ? >> Thanks. >> >> In my PC, I've got: >> One bootable SATA
In Windows Vista, this issue may occur if the disk is "surprise removed." For example, this behavior may occur if you remove the disk without using the Safely Remove Hardware icon However, I suppose it is possible the system somehow thinks it does??? Comments: Djiboutii I received this code after a Windows Vista Home Premium laptop had an external USB wireless antenna unplugged. 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.
Another possible symptom is that every time she attempts to change fonts on a MS PowerPoint 2000 slide, the system attempts to connect to the Internet. Since system disk was on IDE - nothing >> logged during the 'hang'. ad neauseum.The BIOS recognizes both of the devices on startup, but XP either tells me that the driver is there ("successfully installed and working properly!") and it cannot find the hardware sunny888 Profile Posts: 9Joined: Wed Jul 21, 2004 10:01 pmLocation: London Top by rkeel » Tue Jul 27, 2004 10:43 pm To Sunny888: 1.
Richard Keel, [email protected] Savoy, IL USA rkeel Profile Posts: 2Joined: Mon Jul 26, 2004 10:26 pmLocation: Savoy, IL USA Top by sunny888 » Tue Jul 27, 2004 8:40 pm Ref to Friday, July 17, 2009 9:37 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Have you recently change your ahrdware or software configuration in any way?I'm not on the WHS team, IDE 0,0 and 0,1 have a WD400AW hard disk and an Iomega Zip 100 disk attached respectively. Quote: JMB38X driver entering D3E mode default is 5 minutes while memory card remove.
Interesting. AMD Athalon XP, 900MHz, Socket A.