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IDE Channel 1 no 80 Conductor Cable Installed


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Kate_marie

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This morning I turned on my computer and it started up perfect. Then a the little light yellow message box came up on the bottom right of my screen and said that there are window updates ready. I clicked it to download and it told me that I can go on do the stuff that I need to do while it downloaded. (I thought that it was weird that it didn't want me to connect to the internet because when I need to update anything else it makes connect) After it was done it asked me to restart the computer so I did. I started up fine once again and after it was on for about 4 min. a blue screen popped up and said (sorry can't remember the exact words) something like it found a disk error and that i need to restart and it had steps to go through if this was not the first time that I had seen the screen and at the bottom it said that it dumped my physical memory. Before I could do anything it restarted on its own. As it restarted it stoped on the setup and after the slave drive line it said " "IDE Channel 1 no 80 Conductor Cable installed" and it just freezes right there and will not do anything.

PLEASE HELP!

THANK YOU!
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If anyone knows anything about this problem please reply
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