Reset to device, device, raidport0, was issued error can be fixed
Here you will find out:
- about “Reset device, \device\raidport0, was issued” error
- what methods are helpful in this case
- when DiskInternals can help you
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About “Reset device, \device\raidport0, was issued” error
If you see this error on the monitor screen, do not be alarmed, for Windows Servers and other versions of Windows are a fairly common problem.
This is most often due to Windows power settings, SATA controller cards, or other reasons. What to do in this situation and how to get rid of this problem is described in detail in this article.
Method 1. Use SFC
This method will help you check your computer for system errors and remove them automatically.
So, just go to the command line as you usually do with administrator rights. At the command prompt, enter or copy this command: sfc /scannow. Press OK or the Enter key. Nothing more is required from you; just wait for the scan results.
If you are not satisfied with the result, you can try the next method.
Method 2. Power setting
Try clicking the Power Options drop-down menu at the top of the window.
Then left-click on “High Performance” and activate this function. This will disable the PCI Express connection options for PCI sync and thereby save you from the “reset to device, \ device \ raidport0, was issued” error.
Method 3. Fast startup can be an issue
By turning off the fast startup of the system, many users were surprised, but saved from the problem. Therefore, try it yourself, and you may be lucky.
Open Power Options by pressing Win + X.
Next, click on Advanced Power Options, and click on "Select." Now click on the "Change options that are not currently available" tab. Here, you need the "Enable Fast Startup" function - deactivate it and save all changes. Now, for all changes to take effect, just reboot the system.
Method 4. CHKDSK
You should always remember that CHKDSK is dangerous for recoverable files. And if you are going to use it, better think about whether there are files that you want to recover. If there are such files, use DiskInternals, for example, Uneraser or Partition Recovery, in case of partition failure. DiskInternal Partition Recovery will seamlessly recover files of any type in a short period of time and give you the rights to them after purchasing a license.
After that, you can start checking the disk using CHKDSK.
Go to the command line with privileged rights and enter the command "chkdsk /r", then click on enter. You can schedule a scan during system reboot by typing Y followed by the Enter key.
What else can you do?
If something happened to your partition, use the DiskInternal Partition Recovery application.
It deeply individually scans the partitions of your disk and pulls out even the most unexpected information. The program is equipped with a Recovery Wizard depending on your file system, so there will be no problems with operation. It is also possible to convert the file system for a more detailed search for different types of data. This application has no limits on data recovery and, in addition, there are many additional functions.
For example, the ability to select the type of files to search, Preview is free, several scanning modes (including reading mode), the function of creating a disk image, and much more. A complete list of features can be found by downloading and installing the application on your computer.
Before starting the program, you can read the instructions:
Download and install DiskInternal Partition Recovery. Then open the application and immediately launch the Wizard (depending on your file system) for an easier process.
Next, select the main parameters: scanning mode (recovery mode (deep or fast), reading mode).
Then wait for the results that you can view for free (right-click on the file).
Purchasing a license gives you the opportunity to save the recovered data to any other device.