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Posted by Anonymous on
SATA connector cable faulty or not plugged in properly or power not available for harddrive, or read-write heads of HDD broken or damaged. If this is the case, replace HDD. tests can start by using another harddrive with working operating system, or by unplugging both power and data cables to drive, as well as the data cable from board. be sure to power off the computer
Posted on Oct 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: read cd error..
are your cd cables in the back plugged in correctly
broad cable should have the stripe side nnearest to 4 pin power plug
and if on the same cable as hard drive the cd should be set to slave
st the plug end will be a 6/8 pin jumper set up ensure the jumper is on the one marked SL
If on seperate cabble should be set on the one marked MA
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
SOURCE: reading error
What type of HDD is this? IDE; SATA; or SATA II? The problem probably is that you are trying to use a SATA drive with a SATA II board. They are not backwards compatible. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
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