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In the Bios settings.

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I looking for a pcb boad for hd western digital


That would be on another WD2500JB Caviar harddrive

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WD2500JB PCB Board, and see what search hits come up.

Here,.....let me try.............

http://www.hdd-parts.com/18100096.html

Before you replace it, let me ask........
1) Was it in a Desktop PC?

2) Was it in an external harddrive?

External harddrive?
Then suggest you obtain a 3.5 IDE (PATA) external enclosure,

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3883498&CatId=2780

In an external harddrive there is a small interface circuit board.

The Harddrive plugs into the small interface circuit board, and the USB cable is attached to the small interface circuit board.

It is this small interface circuit board that usually goes bad.

The external enclosure is just like the case of the external harddrive.
Has a USB cable going to a small interface circuit board, and the harddrive plugs into it.

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HD failed, 2 different ones EIDE & ATA aren't seen, can I use I/O


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Emachine t3418


HI,

e-machines are only a brand-name Of computer.
If you have a close look at your motherboard, and find the board number ( sometimes by the Ram Slots ) and with e-machines theres usually a piece of paper with a number on.
I,ll assume that your board is Foxconn. Your better off going to Foxconns site, and downloading the drivers from there. The drivers your missing are Base-system drivers. If you Have A VIA Chipset on the motherboard. You,ll probably download The VIA 4 in 1 driver, this should solve your problems.

Alternatively, if you,ve installed Windows XP, ensure you have SP2 And SP3 installed Also.

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DELLS DISK MONITORING SYSTEM HAS DETECTED THAT DRIVE 0 ON THE PRIMARY EIDE CONTROLLER IS OPERATING OUTSIDE OF NORMAL SPECIFICATION


Hi akaprettyboy,

It is advisable to immediately back up your data and replace your hard-disk drive as soon as possible. If you are able to boot consider yourself lucky for now, but that error finding a POST queried EIDE drive detected possible error conditions means the drive is either Unreliable or a defective drive. You can try to reformat the drive (once you backup your data) to try and save it, but most likely it's trashed.

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Sound Blaster Livecrackles


This again usually happens to PCs using a VIA chipset, particularly the ones that has a 686B southbridge (KT133(A), Apollo Pro 133A/Z/T chipsets). A major symptom is that the speaker will crackle with static with or without music. Another symptom is that media files like MP3 will skip. Also, in some cases this problem will cause major file corruptions in the hard disk. There are many theories on this problem (do a Google search for that) Initally, some of the motherboard companies have a workaround with a BIOS fix. However, in order for the following to work you have to update to the latest BIOS version as the previous BIOS fixes may conflict with the proper fixes. 
One solution is to update the VIA Hyperion driver to the latest version. This helps in some cases but in some cases does not solve anything. 
Another solution is to use George Breese's unofficial PCI latency patch The stable version is 0.19d but does not support the latest chipsets. 
A third solution is to manually adjust the PCI latency value (if available) from 32 to either 0 or to 64. I don't recommend this unless you know what you are doing. 
In 2003, Creative finally releaased updated drivers for SB Live! and Audigy. The new drivers should solve the above problem for most people. 


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Pci\ven_1106&dev_7205&subsys_11223344&rev_01\4&354aea31&0&0008


Hi Kishorjadli
Happy Holidays
you may have a bad PCI slot, or the card on it is bad. try to preset the PCI latency on the BIOS to 32
good luck

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