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If you haven’t found a primary SATA drive on your PC, this guide should help.
I have a hardware raid0 Dell 4600 Dimension with two 75GB drives with Windows XP installed.
I don’t get the error message “Primary native 0 Sata detected” and
“Sata Secondary dr 0 found” is not present, but it continues to boot on Windows and 148GB shows up in the C: folder.
The problem is that upon restarting it asks me “press F1 to continue or F2 to enter the installer. It should always reboot correctly into Windows, and it doesn’t need to be restarted every hour. ”
I am currently working on a 4600i desktop with Dell specs. The original problem was that the computer was stuck in a boot loop and didn’t even want to boot into Safe Mode. I tried to insert the Windows XP Concept Sketchbook and use the Recovery Console, the Recovery Console failed and when I restart the sewing machine I received the following error message: “pump with hardWhich drive 0 is looking for “sata error”, main drive 0 not found “,” press fi to continue, or type f2 to run the installed utility. ”
F2 brings me to the BIOS, in particular, it says that there is basically no SATA drive type installed. I’ve had experience using an autopilot eject file that will reinstall the painful disk, but I’m not sure where to put it.
You may have a broken or dead hard drive, I would try a different SATA cable, just try a different SATA port first and then another Sata HD on your PC to check if it can be supported by BIOS>
You can also watch your HD on another PC whether you like it or not.
How Many SATA Drives Are Installed, Although I’m Not Mistaken, The Computer Has Both SATA Connectors On The Motherboard.
If It Is ONLY SATA, Use The First SATA Connection.
And Then There’s The DVD-CD Connected To The New Secondary IDE Channel.
If This Is Definitely The ONLY IDE Connected Now, Since The Original Hard Drive Was Usually Replaced By Then-Sata, Connect The DVD / CD To The Main IDE.
If That Doesn’t Work And You Think All The Connections To The SATA Power Connector And The Motherboard Are Fine, Then Suggest Adjusting The CMOS – Battery And Hoodie I Think.
I’ve tried running SATA cables nearby and keep getting the same error message. There was a second tandem on the board. The hard drive often makes two clicks on startup and startup, and the same message may appear on the theme screen.
Moderator All the hard drive does on startup is a double click and the same message appears right on the screen
All the hard drive does on startup is a double click and the same message appears right on the screen
Just in case, and for a VERY small chance that someone has a power problem rather than a permanent hard drive problem, take a look at this link, look at the bottom of this page and see the following link: “Click on hard drive”
However, a very practical and simple test is to check if your own drive is recognized in the BIOS of another computer.
Testing the power supply with a multimeter, although locally recommended, is actually a really bad way to go as it can easily lead to incorrect readings…
I just noticed and apologize for Alzheimer – more with less of what he posted.
I bought a new sata pump for a dell Dimension 46001 but the BIOS does not exactly recognize the hard drive
You looked at the link I posted to determine if it was caused by a hard drive or power issue, but actually a motherboard issue
SATA 2 is definitely backward compatible with SATA, so even if your motherboard has a SATA connector, it should still display SATA2, it will only work with SATA1 (SATA), but you won’t see any difference. I understand, but still have to admit that I’m pretty sure some SATA controllers only run at 150MB per second, based on the reality Their specifications. So, if you have a good 300MB / s disk, you can change the jumper for the BIOS to see.
Refer to the instruction manual for your new hard drive frequently. Note that this jumper has nothing to do with the jumper on our ATA drives that set up the main service cable selection.
The problem is solved, the settings made in the BIOS and then the machine can now also work. Thanks for all this help
Well, in case the original hard drive is not working, obviously you cannot recover the data yourself. If the drive definitely does not rotate, it cannot be repaired, except of course by professional companies who mainly use our drive themselves in specialized equipment that can cover the defective PCB and part of the mechanics. However, your data must be very valuable.
However, if the disk is available for a short time, check the Sent i last post 6 link, then of course you can restore it simply by using any disk as a slave and accessing the data. The link must be fully studied. I have NEVER tried any of these processes, so I cannot provide any advice or even how effective they are.
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