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Failed to transfer logged messages to the event log with status 50 error occurs: your actions?

Here you will find out:

  • about 'failed to transfer logged messages to the event log' issue
  • how to fix this error
  • how DiskInternals Partition Recovery can help you

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About 'failed to transfer logged messages status 50' issue

In the Windows operating system of its various versions, the CHKDSK command is often used, which stands for "check disk". Thanks to CHKDSK, any user has the opportunity to independently check and edit the problems associated with the internal storage device and external storage devices.

But it may happen that the next time you run the command, the command fails and a message such as "failed to transfer logged messages to the event log with status 50" appears in the window. The error occurs on the latest operating systems Windows 10 / 8.1 / 8/7/2008 / XP / Vista.

You will see the "failed to transfer logged messages status 50" window while restoring the internal storage. So, why could such an error take place on your personal computer?

Firstly, most likely the OS section contains damage and bad sectors. They can be both physical and logical. Secondly, the external or internal storage of information is protected from writing or changes, the so-called "read-only" mode. Thirdly, the "chkdsk failed to transfer logged messages" error can appear in case of banal mechanical damage to the hard disk.

Get rid of bad sectors

It's incredible, but even if the "failed to transfer a logged message to the event log with status 50" error appears, you can still use the CHKDSK command to recover information from bad sectors and correct errors in the file system. This is because the CHKDSK command can be used to change other parameters besides checking for errors in the internal data store.

Launch Command Prompt and enter the following:

"Chkdsk c: / r / f / v" and press Enter.

This command will help you recover information from bad sectors and correct file system errors. If the attempt is unsuccessful, it is most likely that the sector is mechanically damaged. Everything is much more complicated here since it will require the use of additional applications to block bad sectors for the further use of the internal drive.

Disable write protection

Another possible cause of the "chkdsk failed to transfer logged messages" error could be to protect your disk from being read. In this case, the operating system will not be able to transmit registered messages. Therefore, you can try to remove the read-only mode from the hard drive. First, log into the OS as an administrator. Open Command Prompt and type "diskpart". In the new notification window, click "Yes". Then, in strict order, enter the following commands:

list volume and press Enter

select volume X (change "X" to your internal read-only drive) and press Enter

remove the read-only disk protection and press Enter

Use safe mode and try CHKDSK now

Another way to fix the problem is to open CHKDSK after restarting the OS in safe mode. This mode can be useful because, during operation in safe mode, the OS works only with the applications and drives necessary for normal operation. The computer will restrict itself from using other third-party applications and prevent the influence of other programs that cause the chkdsk status 50 error. Follow the steps below.

First, it is necessary to disconnect all additional equipment from the personal computer, such as a mouse, printer, keyboard, etc. In the lower-left-hand corner of the monitor screen, click on the Microsoft icon and find the "Settings" menu. Go to the "Update and Security" section and click on "Recovery".

Find the "Advanced Startup" subsection here and click on the "Restart Now" command. The operating system will restart at the end, and a window will open with the choice of an option for loading the OS. Select Troubleshoot and Advanced Options.

In the sub-item, select "Startup Options" and click "Restart". Additional options will be displayed. You need to select "Enable Safe Mode" and open a command prompt when the boot is finished in Safe Mode.

Maybe it’s a hardware issue

The last option that caused the "failed to transfer logged messages to the event log with status 50" error remains physical damage to the drive. In this case, launching the command line and entering CHKDSK will fail. Here, we can only hope for the success of the repair of the internal data storage. A competent drive repair will most likely help save damaged or deleted information and the hard drive itself.

Protect your data

There is a huge amount of software on the market today for recovering damaged and deleted documents, pictures, music, or videos. And you can just get confused when choosing the best one.

First of all, pay attention to the efficiency, usability, and simplicity of the software. DiskInternals Partition Recovery software is one of the best software available for use by both common users and advanced programmers. In case of accidental damage to valuable files, a virus attack, or damage to the device by unexpected power surges, first of all, do not panic, as wrong actions can harm even more. In no case, create or move new files and folders to the section where the lost data was located. This will overwrite the file system and you will lose valuable information now forever. And also remember that the faster you start the recovery process, the more efficiently and more fully you will return the data to your PC.

So, DiskInternals Partition Recovery supports most file systems; for example, FAT, ReFS, UFS; HFS, NTFS, ReiserFS, APFS (reader mode), RomFS (reader mode); Reiser4, XFS, Ext2, Ext3, and Ext4. The most convenient feature of the program is the ability to view the files available for recovery at the end of the scanning process. You can visually make sure that there are no tricks here. First, download the demo version of DiskInternals Partition Recovery. After opening the program, you will be guided by an integrated, user-friendly recovery wizard throughout the recovery process. Then select the disk directory where the lost data was located and select the “reader”, “uneraser”, or “full recovery” mode. The file system scan process will begin. The duration of the scan will depend on the selected mode.

In order to get information on the drive, you need to purchase a license, enter the license key in the field, and select a partition on the disk for convenient data storage. You will be surprised, but this is the end of the file recovery process. If you have any questions about the use of the software, you have the option of absolutely free technical support 24 hours a day.

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