Joined: 4 Dec 2010
Maidstone, Kent, UK
|Diskimage 1.6 running on Win 7 64 bit gives an error "Error #5 occurred while writing to disk at sector 0" when writing to a USB stick in physical disk mode. Other users have reported the same issue.
It works OK on an XP machine.
Joined: 20 Oct 2010
|(I repeat my old message)
DiskImage doesn't work correctly under Windows 7. Actually it can't write to UFD!
A possible solution to get it work was described here:
Please, Mr.Roadkil, if you are still interested in developing DiskImage, have a look on this info.
Joined: 28 Mar 2008
|Hi there.. I havent been able to replicate this problem - Im wondering if its UAC related. Ill try adn replicate on another machine and put ina fix!
Joined: 16 Jul 2013
|Hi Jason? err Mr Roadkill..
I definitely have the same or a similar problem with Windows 7 64 bit. In my case - I think the first time I did the Physical write to a USB SDHC adapter - I got "Error #5 occurred while writing to disk at sector 8182". Now every time I try to write the same image to the same physical USB drive - I get "Error #5 occurred while writing to disk at sector 2048"
I don't know whether this is relevant - but the partition table in teh disk image should have 2 partitions - the fiurst being small around 40 megabytes - and the second being most of a 4 gig drive. After the initial error 0 roadkill seems to see the fist partition - but doesn't mantion the second partition. I thought that was a bit strange... If it had written the partition table - I thought it would see both partitions...
I tried setting Roadkill Diskimage to Windows XP SP3 compatibility mode - but it didn't seem to help.
Thanks for a really useful product...
Joined: 16 Jul 2013
|Some more information...
I tried the doing the same write to the same physical disk using 32 bit Windows 7 machine and it also failed in much the same way - with the slightly different message:
"Error #5 occurred while writing to disk at sector 0".
In my case the image I am trying to write was successfully "Stored" by Disk Image from a 4 Gig Linux USB drive with 2 partitions - (Using a windows machine of course). I am trying to write it to a 32 gig micro SD card in a USB reader.
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