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You can get to device manager by following the steps below:
Click on the Start button and then Control Panel.
Click on the System and Maintenance link. Note: If you're viewing the Classic View of Control Panel, you won't see this link. Simply double-click on the Administrative Tools icon and proceed to Step 4.
In the System and Maintenance window, click on the Administrative Tools link near the bottom of the window.
When the Computer Management utility opens, click on Device Manager on the left side of the window, located toward the bottom of the list under the System Tools heading. Device Manager should now appear on the right side of the Computer Management window.
browse through and see if you find the device under IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers category.
If you see any splats remove it and then reboot your computer. Once it reboots it should find the native drivers and start working again.
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It sounds like the pump may be faulty. These are not cheap ! Could be a faulty pressure sensor, loose pipe connection or blocked fuel filter. Check the fuel filter is clear of water and dirt. Check there are no visible leaks between the pump and the injectors.
Have you run it low on fuel ? It is possible to get air in the system, and as air is more compressible than diesel, the pump pressure sensor may be showing a low pressure.