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My computer does not boot from the ide section on the board but when u remove

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  • bllackzz Oct 29, 2008

    no change was done to anything, and upon until now it does not work it show the amount of memory installed but it does not read the ide ports so i cant do anything

  • bllackzz Oct 31, 2008

    i've also tried that and still no response the light appears on the board as always. when the ide cable is not plugin the hrdd u can feel the vibration when its in it stops, when its not in the cd rom it opens but when connected it does not open

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I need more info. When did this problem occur? Was it working properly before? Did you change anything in your CMOS/ BIOS settings?

Posted on Oct 28, 2008

  • Abhishek Papanna Oct 29, 2008

    if you can try removing each device and boot the comp using the other device. For instance remove HDD and try booting with only CD ROM and vice-versa. This way you can know whether any of your installed ide devices are causing the problem. After that let me know.

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