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I have a custom desktop Win 10 Pro. Connected to it were 2 hard drives. One is a Toshiba external USB HD & the other is a SATA drive that came from an XP box. Win 10 read both drives with no problems until I installed some useless security updates from MS. Now the event viewer says:
The io operation at logical block address 0x0 Disk 2 PDO name \Device\000000279 was retired. Why did MS retire my drives? They should retire.

After some research, there seems to be a reset command in Powershell to fix it. I just don't know the syntax


Both drives are good. For some reason they are blocked now since the updates. Is there a simple answer?
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It looks like no one has an answer to my question. I forgot to mention that it's Event ID 153. Here's a site that recommends 2 possible fixes.

http://www.pwrusr.com/system-administration/solved-warning-the-io-operation-at-logical-block-address-for-disk-was-retried

As I said other sites recommend the reset command in powershell. I still don't know the syntax. What is the Friendly Name?
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