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Bios problem my bios settings was set to default by mistake.after that my computer cannot detect any IDE devices.how can i solve that problem.

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1. log in to the BIOS first & press F9 , it configure with default setting, this command press in all the bios configuration.
2 check with the idu bus,& any pin is broken,R change the IDU bus.
3check in main broad change the idu slot.

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You need to go into bios and set the ide drives correctly.

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