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  • David (PassMark)
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    Event logged into the Windows event viewer concerning the hard drive will be logged by the device driver, or by the operating system. We have no control over when and under what conditions a device driver might log a Windows event.

    BurnInTest logs a failure when the API call for reading a file from the disk fails, in which case it returns an error code. Which should be visible in the BurnInTest trace log. See also,
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...67(VS.85).aspx

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  • GI Wan
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    Hi,

    Thank you for your reply
    I have 1 more question.
    What kind of event log can we see in Windows' Event Viewer when Burn InTest v6.0 shows "Error while reading from the disk"?
    In the other words, Windows & Burn InTest v6.0 set the same criteria to judge Disk error?
    If it's not, what's Burn InTest v6.0's criteria?
    What time is it Burn InTest v6.0 allows to get HDD's command feedback?

    Thank you~

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  • David (PassMark)
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    The disk test uses the standard Windows API function called. e.g. CreateFile, ReadFile, etc..

    This error indicated that the API call for reading a file from the disk failed. A fairly serieous error in general & can be an indication of hardware failure or a device driver bug.

    You should find additional information in the trace 2 log file.

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  • Burn-InTest V6.0 - Error while reading from the disk

    Could you please provide the behavior of Test Name Disk (C?
    We want to know Burn-InTest V6.0 how to judge “Error while reading from the disk” in the test process.
    It is very important for us; please give us detail information.
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