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REPAIR BOOT PROBLEM, KEYBOARD AND MOUSE IS DISABLE. SCREEN READ PRIMARY IDE NO 80 CONDUCTOR CABLE INSTALLED.

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Hello Benjamin2663,

Your error could be several things, but here is what to do to make it work....Listed in order so do them and then see if you get the error and if you do then do the next fix....

FIRST:
Load the set up defaults in the BIOS Setup. This may get it all to work.

SECOND:
Use an 80-conductor cable connected in the Primary IDE socket on the motherboard with the other end connected to the hard disk. You see you may be using an old type of cable and/or it may be connected to the secondary IDE channel. Installing the right cable in right socket will solve your problem.

THIRD:
Double check your cables and jumper settings. As long as you have confirmed them to be in their
correct positions, you go straight to the BIOS and enable Smart Drive capability for your hard drive.

Set all your drives to be Auto detected and reboot the PC.

IF the message and problem still appear you must now go to Device Manager and go to System. Open Systems and go to IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers, and you will now see primary and secondary channels. Click on the primary channel first and open the properties box.

Next go to the advanced settings and make sure the transfer modes on device 0 and device 1 are set to DMA if available. Do the same for the secondary channel as well and allow the PC to reboot.


If all that fails, go and have your motherboard checked out for faults.

Hope this help you.

Posted on Sep 12, 2008

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