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07-08-2014

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Lenovo T430s "2101 Detection error on HDD2 (Mini SATA)"

2014-07-08, 21:41 PM

Hello Lenovo Community,

 

My laptop is as follows:

Lenovo T430s

Machine Type: 2352-CTO

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit

 

Please let me know if there is any other necessary information.

 

Problem:

During startup, I receive the above "2101 Detection error on HDD2 (Mini SATA)" error. It is important to note that this problem is intermittent. I have a 16gb mSATA installed on my computer. I've attempted to do the following to fix this error:

 

1. Run several virus scans - no viruses apparent

2. Earlier I ran "eccmd -info" and the command prompt indicated that everything was working correctly.

3. I reseated the mSATA card last night.

4. Today, when I run the same command as an administrator: "eccmd -info"

 

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C:\Windows\system32>eccmd -ifno
ExpressCache Command Version 1.0.86.0
Copyright⌐ 2010-2011 Diskeeper Corporation.
Date Time: 7/8/2014 17:33:18:579 (STEVEN-THINK #0)

HFS Volume is not mounted.


USAGE:

ECCmd [-NOLOGO]
[-INFO | -PARTITION | -EXCLUDE | -CLEAREXCLUSIONS | -FORMAT | -PRELOAD]

-NOLOGO - No copyright message will be displayed.
-INFO - Display ExpressCache activity information.
-PARTITION - Create an ExpressCache partition.
[DriveId] - Optional drive ID
[PartSize] - Optional partition size in MB
-EXCLUDE - Exclude a drive from being cached.
DriveLetter - Drive letter
-CLEAREXCLUSIONS - Clear all cache exclusions.
-FORMAT - Format the cache volume.
-PRELOAD - Preload a folder or a file into the cache
FileName - File or folder name to be cached
[UsageCount] - Optional file usage count.


C:\Windows\system32>eccmd -info
ExpressCache Command Version 1.0.86.0
Copyright⌐ 2010-2011 Diskeeper Corporation.
Date Time: 7/8/2014 17:35:46:601 (STEVEN-THINK #0)

HFS Volume is not mounted.


**ERROR** ECCmd Requested device is not available : 2.

 

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5. Now I've run eccmd -info again and the drive appears to be working fine. So why the intermittent issue?

 

Could there be another issue other than the seating? I.e. software conflict etc?

 

Thanks in advance!

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