Event ID 153 Disk IO operations debug

Mueller-Eickhoff, Christian 1 Reputation point
2022-08-17T15:09:06.84+00:00

I have a bunch of event ID 153 warnings on my external SSD. The block adress changes from event to event. This happens in conjunction with ID141 and ID26 events.

Byte 29 of the error detals is always 00, which I understand as 00 (SCSISTAT_GOOD).

Byte 30 can be 02 or 04. The second should be04: SRB (SRB_STATUS_ERROR) but I don't know what 02 stands for.

Byte 31, the SCSI command, is always 2A. I don't know what that means.

Does anybody know what to do from here? chkdsk /r/f finds no errors, but sometimes the USB connection is lost and reconnected and then Windows 10 offers to check the drive for errors (which I always did).

Do you suspect the problem in the drive or in the controller? I'd appreciate any help.

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  1. Ian Xue (Shanghai Wicresoft Co., Ltd.) 29,486 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2022-08-22T09:13:36.333+00:00

    Hi,

    The SRB Status 0x04 is SRB_STATUS_ABORTED and the SCSI command 0x2A is SCSIOP_WRITE. They are respectively defined in srb.h and iscsi.h included in the Windows Driver Kit (WDK).

    This indicates a write request was sent to the drive and there was no response within the timeout period. You need to investigate the health of the computer’s disk.

    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/archive/blogs/ntdebugging/interpreting-event-153-errors

    Best Regards,
    Ian Xue

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  2. Dave Patrick 426K Reputation points MVP
    2022-08-17T15:14:58.487+00:00

    Best option may be to download and run the diagnostics tools from the disk manufacturer.

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