We are getting a rash of Error 105 on files that are not damaged in any way. At the error occurrence, closing the file, issuing a wait 0, then re-opening the file will result in a successful read/write to that file. We suspect that the file is getting loaded into local memory and getting corrupted.
At some installations, the error occurs exclusively on one workstation in a company. At other installations, the error occurs throughout all workstations, randomly through the day.
We have been researching Microsoft registries that controls caching, etc, but having found any solution yet. Any thoughts? Most appreciated in advance!
Note, we are using Mapped Drives. No WindX used at all.
Keyed file error (Short key block)
Reported whenever a key/data block is read from the file and the OS reports that the data read is less than was expected. Normally this indicates a truncated file caused by OS failure.