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Big R

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my computer has been shutting off randomly for the last month and the system report says the following boot-start or system start drivers failed to load ftsata2

i was told to download this http://h10025.www1.h...item=pv-51944-1


which i did and tried it many times and still didnt work, i was also told to go to system and hardware and change the ftsata2 from boot to demand which i did but still didnt work


thanks

Edited by Big R, 14 January 2010 - 01:33 AM.

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The link you were given to that HP web-page is only to rectify a specific problem that does not apply to you, someone evidently not understanding the problem and giving you inappropriate advice.

I was going to suggest what you've aready tried without success in Device Manager, so I'm stumped as well, except to suggest that you try re-installing the offending driver which is the driver.

Edited by phillipcorcoran, 14 January 2010 - 07:03 AM.

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The link you were given to that HP web-page is only to rectify a specific problem that does not apply to you, someone evidently not understanding the problem and giving you inappropriate advice.

I was going to suggest what you've aready tried without success in Device Manager, so I'm stumped as well, except to suggest that you try re-installing the offending driver which is the driver.


should i try disabling the driver? because when i changed it from boot to demand i could also change it to disabled if i wanted too
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