Question about Foxconn NF4UK8AA-8EKRS Motherboard
No this is not the problem with any motherboard r with hard disks this is the problem with the cdrom drive ... the capability of the reading cds is less of the cd rom u r using in this first system ... once you just have a check by removing the cdrom drive of the second computer & inserting into the first comp... it will surely read that cd....
this means it s the timt to change the cdrom of the first computer .. so just buy new 1..........
Posted on Feb 11, 2008
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CRC or Cyclic Redundancy Check is a process that helps in identifying any errors that might occur during the data transmission process. Data is usually transmitted in small blocks, and a CRC value is assigned to each block and transmitted along with it. This CRC value is verified at the destination to ensure that it matches the CRC value transmitted from the source. A CRC error occurs when the two values (source and destination) do not match and the test fails. The main benefit of CRC is that it helps you ensure that data you have received or downloaded is not damaged or corrupt.
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