Getting Error 9 while cloning HD OS to SSD


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Try running "chkdsk /r" on your C drive.  Your system will need to reboot for that since it's the Windows partition, and it might take quite a while, during which time you won't be able to use your system, so plan accordingly.

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CRC checks generally mean some kind of read error on the media.  So, your drive may need repair or it may be dying.  Hopefully, chkdsk /f, which I also recommend, will just fix some bad file allocations.

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dbminter - 31 May 2020 9:10 PM
CRC checks generally mean some kind of read error on the media.  So, your drive may need repair or it may be dying.  Hopefully, chkdsk /f, which I also recommend, will just fix some bad file allocations.

I recommended Chkdsk /R, which more extensive than /F, but I suppose Chkdsk /F might be worth trying first in case that much faster process solves the problem.

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/R is that Repair?  I don't think I've ever heard of /R, actually, just /F for Fix, I think.  Actually, if I'd just read your reply more closely, I'd have seen you said that.  Smile  I just made a cursory glance at it, where the r kind of resembled an f.

Edited 31 May 2020 9:26 PM by dbminter
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Running CHKDSK /? will tell you what it does, but it basically performs a disk surface scan looking for bad clusters, not just bad file system information.

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It seems /R is for recovering information from bad sectors where as /F just fixes files.

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dbminter - 31 May 2020 10:16 PM
It seems /R is for recovering information from bad sectors where as /F just fixes files.

It seems /R is for recovering information from bad sectors where as /F just fixes files.

Information is permanently lost when a sector returns a CRC error. It cannot be recovered.

The /R switch will cause the entire volume, not just clusters in use, to be read. Any clusters that cannot be read, because at least 1 sector has a CRC error, will be added to the MFT $BadClus file which prevents those clusters from being made available to store data. Where existing clusters in use by a file cannot be read then the cluster run(s) are relocated to a good area on disk but the data contents that resided in bad sectors will be undetermined. Data is lost. 

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Edited 31 May 2020 10:49 PM by Nick
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