When I run CHKDSK /R on my Windows 7 partition everything verifies OK except at the very end I get this error :
"Write failure with status 0xc0000015 at offset 0x1dcf34de00 for 0x200 bytes.
The second NTFS boot sector is unwriteable"
I am not experiencing any problems that I know of with this system. I believe the 0xc0000015 error means NT_STATUS_NONEXISTENT_SECTOR. I tried using a free disk utility which verifies that 1) the primary NTFS boot secor is OK and 2) it can not read the backup NTFS boot sector. I tried to repair it by copying the primary NTFS boot sector but that also failed with a write failure. I tried using windows 7 image backup and restore, but as expected that just restored the problem. The hard drive in question is an OCZ Vertex SSD.
Any thoughts on what I should or can do about this ? I'd like to avoid a full format and Windows 7 install if possible .