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PC: SCSI and Raid controllers > AWPZ W82JIDE Controller

dear experts:

I noticed a yellow exclamation mark in front of "AWPZW82 JIDE Controller (which is under SCSI and Raid controllers) in Device Manager of Win XP.

In addition, computer sound is out.  In Sounds and Audio Devices Properties, Device volume is unmovable.

Thanks a lot!
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duta
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KavostylinCommented:
Hi that is your IDE controller.

I am not sure exatctly how your computer is running. Try reinstalling the motherboard Chipset driver.
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nobusCommented:
in the audio tab check if your sound card is selected.
in device manager, check that you have no errors
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dutaAuthor Commented:
In device manager, I don't see any error  (Yellow Exclamation Mark) in front of an audit tab.

Thanks!
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dutaAuthor Commented:
Thank you so much for your kind tip.

When I restarted my PC, I got a window as seen below.
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dutaAuthor Commented:
The sound card problem disappeared when I re-started PC.

But the SCSI Raid controller problem is still there.
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nobusCommented:
did you enable the raid controller in the bios ? if you don't need it, disable it.
if you need it , install the driver from your mobo driver cd
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dutaAuthor Commented:
I did not enable it.  More accurately, I did not make any change.

How tio disable it?  What is possible negative impact?

Thanks!
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nobusCommented:
>>  How tio disable it?   <<  for accessing and using bios, refer to your mobo manual
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dutaAuthor Commented:
I know how to access BIOS -->   Press F2 when the system is booting up.
But I could not find any name even remotely close to "SCSI Raid controller."

Thanks!
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nobusCommented:
and the manual does not refer to any raid, or scsi devices?
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dutaAuthor Commented:
wizard, unfortunately I do not have the manual.
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nobusCommented:
then start by posting your mobo model, i'll look it up for ye
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