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    Exclamation Complete files becoming incomplete after restarting PC

    I have 4 drives on my SAMSUNG F3 HD103SJ 1TB hard disk(C,D,E,F). The problem only happens with the E: Drive(232GB).

    Whenever i download a file in that drive it becomes incomplete after i restart my PC. It doesn't happen with every file.

    For example if i download a 100mb torrent in that drive and complete it, after i restart my pc and force recheck it, it will suddenly become 90mb and utorrent will show data is missing in the middle of the file.
    I didn't ever force recheck without restarting my PC, so i don't know if it has something to do with restart or not. I always properly shutdown my PC.

    Few days back i downloaded an Anime in that drive and all the episodes had CRC in the filename. I checked the CRC's and everything was fine. A week later when i rechecked the CRC's using RapidCRC it showed that 2 of the files had a mismatch. This happens with exe files too.

    I checked my Hard Disk using the Error Scan of HD Tune Pro 4.61 and it didn't show any errors or bad sectors. Then i scanned that drive using chkdsk /R and after checking for 1 hour it didn't show any errors.

    It has become a regular routine, almost all the torrents which are larger than 5 GB needs to download another 100 or sometimes 500mb to re-complete them.

    Can anyone kindly tell me what can i do to solve this problem?

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    Default Re: Complete files becoming incomplete after restarting PC

    Most probably virus issue though am not sure. @proton_chain might help you in here.If torrent issue then @Fractal may help you.

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    Default Re: Complete files becoming incomplete after restarting PC

    Quote Originally Posted by Arif69 View Post
    Most probably virus issue though am not sure. @proton_chain might help you in here.If torrent issue then @Fractal may help you.
    I am pretty sure it is not a virus issue, nor is it a torrent issue, the problem is i don't know why it is happening.

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    Default Re: Complete files becoming incomplete after restarting PC

    Did you try formatting your E Drive?



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    Default Re: Complete files becoming incomplete after restarting PC

    No i haven't formatted E drive yet, well it is a big drive, so i am currently burning files from other drives so that i can move the files from E drive.

    But will formatting solve the problem?

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    Well, I think it may have something to do with bad partitioning. But I'm not sure.

    But I think its worth it giving it a shot at formatting.

    Is the problem only occurring with Torrents?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruβαβ View Post
    But will formatting solve the problem?
    Quick format? No. Do a full format which will delete every bit of data. It's worth the time in this scenario. And I think you have 4 partitions, not 4 drives. As the E partition is on the same physical disk as the other 3 and none else is causing problems, chances are low that you have a damaged drive. You may, however, have a damaged file system. In that case, files may start taking insanely longer to be accessed or even disappearing. Backup the drive and format it ASAP. In case a full format does not solve the issue, perform a low level format. Even if that fails, then it may be a physical problem but as I previously mentioned... chances are pretty low. I would also recommend swapping the SATA cables with other HDD(s) or optical drives to see if the problem is there. You may also run another OS/torrent client to find out if its the client that is the culprit.

    You've got lots of options. Now get back to work.

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    i think it only happens with utorrent. no problem in your hdd. did you see any part file like : ~uTorrentPartFile_20E2A76B.dat ..... and when you restart the pc was that file deleted ? i am unable explain it clearly now but i am providing a link which may help you:
    http://forum.utorrent.com/viewtopic.php?id=3108

    may be when you restart pc , those shared pieces are deleted by some cleanup processes , so you have to re downlod those pieces again.(i had also this problem,so i remove the download when it is finished)




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    Quote Originally Posted by Flame View Post
    Well, I think it may have something to do with bad partitioning. But I'm not sure.

    But I think its worth it giving it a shot at formatting.

    Is the problem only occurring with Torrents?
    No, as i said in my first post that i downloaded an Anime series from Megaupload and after the download was finished i checked the CRC's of every episode and all of them matched. But after sometime when i was about to burn that anime i checked the CRC's again just to be sure and found that 2 episodes were showing CRC mismatch. So a perfectly ok file was somehow missing chunks.

    Quote Originally Posted by proton_chain View Post
    Quick format? No. Do a full format which will delete every bit of data. It's worth the time in this scenario. And I think you have 4 partitions, not 4 drives. As the E partition is on the same physical disk as the other 3 and none else is causing problems, chances are low that you have a damaged drive. You may, however, have a damaged file system. In that case, files may start taking insanely longer to be accessed or even disappearing. Backup the drive and format it ASAP. In case a full format does not solve the issue, perform a low level format. Even if that fails, then it may be a physical problem but as I previously mentioned... chances are pretty low. I would also recommend swapping the SATA cables with other HDD(s) or optical drives to see if the problem is there. You may also run another OS/torrent client to find out if its the client that is the culprit.

    You've got lots of options. Now get back to work.
    Yeah you are write i have 4 partitions not 4 drives. Yes it does take a lot longer to access/copy/move most files from that partition.

    Quote Originally Posted by rummoi View Post
    i think it only happens with utorrent. no problem in your hdd. did you see any part file like : ~uTorrentPartFile_20E2A76B.dat ..... and when you restart the pc was that file deleted ? i am unable explain it clearly now but i am providing a link which may help you:
    http://forum.utorrent.com/viewtopic.php?id=3108

    may be when you restart pc , those shared pieces are deleted by some cleanup processes , so you have to re downlod those pieces again.(i had also this problem,so i remove the download when it is finished)
    No thats not the case here. I don't think it has anything to do with utorrent. Files which i downloaded using regular download manager also showed the same problem.

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    Well then, follow the suggestions, its most probably a damaged file system issue. In case you really need the torrents, move them to another partition and recheck with the torrent client. Hopefully it will restore most of the data.


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