Error: “E: is not accessible. The parameter is incorrect.”

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7 Responses

  1. Chris Paulsen says:

    Hello there, I am having issues or the lack of knowledge in creating an interface with Microsoft Office Components and SharePoint 2003. Can someone give me some guidance and knowledge in how it works and how to configure them.

    Thanks.

  2. Zubair Alexander says:

    Chris,

    Your question is not related to the topic on hand (access denied error on USB hard drives) but if I understand your question correctly I believe you are asking for some resources on integrating Office 2003 and SharePoint 2003. You didn’t say Office 2003 but I am assuming that’s what you have (Office 2007 integrates very well with SharePoint). Here are a few resources:
    Here’s a link for workspaces:
    http://articles.techrepublic.com.com/5100-10878_11-5069312.html

    Here’s a link for the research features:
    http://weblogs.asp.net/soever/archive/2004/01/28/63576.aspx

    Here are some e-learning resources for integration:
    http://www.training-classes.com/learn/_k/s/h/a/sharepoint_portal_server_2003/_t/online/

    Good luck!

  3. ANIL says:

    Hi,
    I tried what you said but got message” “The disk does not have enough space to replace bad clusters
    detected in file 67 of name.” Please help!

  4. Zubair Alexander says:

    Anil,
    Delete some files to create enough space and run CHKDSK again.

  5. Jeff says:

    Hello Zubair,

    I actually received a similar message to Anil when running chkdsk /f. I got “Insufficient disk space to correct errors in Index $I30 of file 8776.” How do I delete files from the hard drive if I can’t access it via Windows Explorer and how can I know how much to actually to delete to clear enough space for the repair to take place?

    Thanks in advance!

  6. Zubair Alexander says:

    Jeff,

    What results do you get when you run CHKDSK without the “/F” switch? What is the drive letter of the drive that you can’t access in Windows Explorer?

    You can go to the properties of the drive and on the General tab click Disk Cleanup. Then you can select the files to delete. You will see temporary files, thumbnails, Recycle Bin, etc. On a typical computer you can select every checkbox and click OK to delete the files. If that doesn’t work then I can tell you other ways to get more disk space.

  7. Goekhan KOC says:

    Thanks from Turkey. You really helped me save valuable data. Thank you very much.

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