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Insp12525 Thank for advise. Could please tell me what setting chaged in BIOS for hdd.? Suhasu

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When you go into the bois click hard drive there are two setting switch them and i will say you need to do something else first (Turn off cache to the hard drive) then come back and change it i think its AHCI/Sata

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