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EventViewer Error Plz giv tips for - """The device, \Device\Ide\IdePort0, did not respond within the timeout period"". for solve that error on Event viewer on my desktops

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Every time you get messages talking about "TIME PERIOD" you have problems with transference... this can be caused by:

Cables Damaged
Units or Drives Damaged
RAM damaged failing
Discs or info damaged
Power failures in or out the units
software (operative system) damaged
not so common, virus activity

Just to make an example: if you are trying to get information from a CD to the HD and that happens... probably the Compact Disc is damaged or the CD Reader or the HD is.

Good Luck and try to specify all you can when you have problems... otherwise it is very hard to help. Computers are almost like human body, anything could happen to them, even the rarest and stupidest thing can drive your systems crazy...

Posted on Mar 10, 2008

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