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Hard drive not in device manager

Posted on 2002-04-17
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My hard drive has a big red X on it and the Primary ide contoller (dual fifo) has a yellow flag. The disk is present and the system appears to be working ok. Except I can't get onto my network. This may be causing a problem with my network card. Please help.
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by:Death-Speak
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Sounds like the controller isn't isntalled properly. If its an integrated controller (on motherboard) try reinstalling your chipset drivers. Give us more info on your hardware, ie brand of mobo & chipset, brand and model of hdd, maybe model and brand of your computer.
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by:rid
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Was it always like this? Is the hard drive with the X a recent addition to the system? What O/S is running? Why do you think this has an impact on your network functionality?
Regards
/RID
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by:Crash2100
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try restarting the computer in safe mode and see what it shows in there
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jhance earned 100 total points
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This is a DUPLICATE QUESTION.  Please delete this one and refer back to the other one.
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