Get tips to fix Windows® 7 unexpected I/O error
Are you getting unexpected I/O error on your Windows 7 system? Find out how to solve the problem
Windows based Operating Systems are widely used by all kinds of users. Computer manufacturers recommend users to use Windows Operating Systems as they are light on system resources and simple to use. Windows 7 is the latest version of the OS and is the most stable one yet. Nonetheless, there are some problems/ issues that might come up with the use of Windows 7. System errors, system freeze, application corruption, blue screen errors etc are some of them. Unexpected I/O errors are also known to come up with the use of Windows 7. I/O errors usually come up when there is a critical error with the system’s ability to read data. Unexpected I/O errors come up when there is an error with the sectors on the hard disk of the system. The problem might be also because one of the device drivers that the boot controller needs get corrupted. Some of the other reasons as to why unexpected I/O error messages are coming up on your Windows 7 system. They include malware infections within the system, registry related problems, issues with some of the system files of Windows 7 Operating System etc.
The following details mentioned below give users more information regarding tips to resolve unexpected I/O error problem in Windows 7:
- Check drivers
- Clean registry
- Repair/ restore OS
Drivers are the link between the hardware components and the Windows 7 Operating System. If the drivers installed on your Windows 7 system are damaged or somehow got corrupted, then unexpected I/O error problem would come up as the OS would not be able to communicate with the hardware. Windows 7 users having unexpected I/O error problem are advised to check the condition of the drivers installed on the system using the default device manager utility. If the drivers are found damaged, then reinstalling them would resolve the problem.
Windows 7 has a database of information called the registry. Registry is the place where information regarding the functioning of the system are stored and accessed as and when required. Problems within the registry can also cause unexpected I/O error on Windows 7 and such issues can be solved by cleaning the registry of the system using a registry cleaning software (RegCure recommended).
Damage to the system files necessary for the functioning of the drivers would also result in unexpected I/O error messages on Windows 7. If the problem has come up after users made some changes to system files, then restoring the OS to a restore point when the issue was not present would solve the issue. If restoring the OS did not solve the problem, then Windows 7 users can make use of the default installation disk and repair the OS to effectively get the system files working properly.
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