The request could not be executed due to an I/O device error

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If you The request could not be executed due to an I/O device error, please restart the backup as soon as the problem is resolved while you are performing a backup on your Windows 8 computer, then this contribution may help you resolve the problem.

With this message you can also see the error code 0x8007045D or 2147943517. These error codes represent ERROR_IO_DEVICE errors that occur when there is a problem with the hard disk or drive from which you want to copy data.

The request could not be executed due to an I/O device error

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If you are faced with this error, here are some suggestions you can try:

1] Start your Windows in Safe Mode. If the problem disappears and you are able to perform your operation, it indicates that some third-party applications may interfere and cause the problem. Reboot your computer to the proper boot state and try to identify the item, then disable or delete it.

2] Temporarily disable your antivirus software and see if this solves the problem. Some security programs are known to cause these problems sometimes.

3] Check your hard disk for errors. To do this, open a high prompt, type the following and press Enter :

(1)Chkdsk /R D :(2)0x8007045D

Here D is the name of the drive causing the problem. Replace this letter with the letter from your reader. The /r ChkDsk command line option identifies defective sectors and attempts to recover the information.

to execute the next system reboot. Click Yes or Y.<>/span>/span>

Restart your Windows PC and start ChkDsk. Once the execution is complete, you will be redirected to your office.

Check if this solves the problem.

If the backup still fails and you get error 0x8007045D, you may need to adjust and reduce your.exe volume to check and repair the last cluster on a volume – and if it is that cluster that went wrong, then your backup may even fail 99%.

(1)Let’s hope something helps.

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