The IO Operation at Logical Block Address for Disk? [Fixed]

What Causes The IO Operation at Logical Block Address for Disk Was Retired Error

  • Inappropriate disk mode: This circumstance often appears on the older systems that are using the AHCI disk mode, which may cause instability and then trigger the event ID 153 disk error.
  • Faulty hard drive: If you have used an SSD/HDD for a long time, the storage may get corrupted and throw “the IO operation at logical block address for disk” error.
  • Faulty SATA or power cables: If the SATA cables used by your SSD/HHD get faulty, the connection between the disk and cable will be interrupted, causing the disk retired error.
  • Outdated controller drivers: It’s well known that the older versions of IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers can trigger the event ID 153 disk error.
  • Dynamic Tick: In some cases, the IO operation at logical block address was retired error can occur during the unified communications, video editing, and other multimedia activities. This is because a problem occurs with the dynamic tick transitions.
  • Outdated BIOS: BIOS updates are very important to ensure that your system and hardware get good performance. An outdated BIOS version can cause various issues like the one discussed here.
  • Power plan: Sometimes improper Power plan settings are responsible for the event ID 153 disk error.
  • Hardware exceeds the defined time-outs: This error may occur if the disk array controller responds to the I/O request with exceeded time-outs.

How to Fix The IO Operation at Logical Block Address Error

# 1. Change the SATA or Power Cable

# 2. Update the IDE ATA/ATAPI Controller Drivers

# 3. Check Your Hard Drive for Errors

# 4. Disable the Dynamic Tick

# 5. Change Disk Mode from AHCI to ATA or IDE

# 6. Update BIOS

# 7. Change the Power Plan Settings

# 8. Disable the Paging Executive

# 9. Decrease the TImeOutValue of Disk in Registry Editor

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