I recently did a MyDefrag of one of NTFS volumes, and I performed a "CHKDSK /F" on it and noticed a previously non-mentioned error in the report:
"The second NTFS boot sector is unwriteable."
Did you try to solve the problem by setting the disk as a bootdisk again?
I believe the command is something like setboot or so.
Not understanding what your saying on this? This NTFS volume is a partition on one of my physical SATA hard disks. The computer boots fine, the drive behaves normally, its only CHKDSK that reports that the second boot sector has since become corrupt to some degree. I assume because the first boot sector is used primarily, and the 2nd is only a backup used in worst case scenario, but the reason for my bringing this up, is because I have only noticed it since using MyDefrag, in light of the possibility of other users maybe able to see the same issue but like me, not noticing any immediate side effects unless one would look at CHKDSK. Maybe its just coincidental, but I thought I would bring it up considering my SATA its referring to is under 12months old and due to that I hope to not think its because of defectiveness of hardware.