When you use dynamic disks, if your event log contains any of the following, it may lead to file system corruption:

Event Type:	Information                              Event Source:	dmio                              Event Category:	None                              Event ID:	29                              Date:		MM/DD/YYYY                              Time:		HH:MM:SS AM/PM                              User:		N/A                              Computer:       Computer_Name                              Description:    dmio: Harddisk9 read error at block 445136247: status 0xC000009A                               Event Type:	Warning                              Event Source:	dmio                              Event Category:	None                              Event ID:	35                              Date:		MM/DD/YYYY                              Time:		HH:MM:SS AM/PM                              User:		N/A                              Computer:       Computer_Name                              Description:    dmio: Disk Harddisk9 block 445136247 (mountpoint F:): Uncorrectable read error                               Event Type:	Information                              Event Source:	dmio                              Event Category:	None                              Event ID:	30                              Date:		MM/DD/YYYY                              Time:		HH:MM:SS AM/PM                              User:		N/A                              Computer:       Computer_Name                              Description:    dmio: Harddisk2 write error at block 411779656: status 0xC000009A
Status code 0xC000009A - STATUS_INSUFFICIENT_RESOURCES, is a lack of PTEs ( Page Table Entries). This can occur on basic disks also, but Ftdisk.sys does NOT report it.

Lack of PTEs can be caused by:

- The /3GB setting in the Boot.ini file, which reduces the number of PTEs available to the kernel.

- The computer uses a storage adapter that can handle many simultaneous requests (up to 0xFF - 255 decimal), which requires additional PTEs.

- The computer is under memory pressure.

To workaround this issue:

1. If the computer is under memory pressure, add additional memory.

2. Reduce the concurrent I/O requests from your miniport driver by navigating to
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\<Your Miniport Driver Name>\Parameters\Device\NumberOfRequests.
Either delete NumberOfRequests, to cause the default of 16 to be used, or modify the REG_DWORD data value to be a number between 15 and 255.

3. Shutdown and restart.

NOTE: None of the Microsoft supplied drivers use NumberOfRequests.