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You can go into the Device Manager and uninstall the IDE controllers, then reboot and Windows will install new drivers. If the controller drivers are corrupted that should resolve the issue.

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i tried deleteing it and it but my Disc speed at 9mb/s it said and the typical speed for my cpu is 56 mb/s

 

and sometimes my inet and games say not responding would that be b/c of disc speed ?

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Go ahead and run a new test, using OverDrive this time, and post the link. Maybe something will pop out:

 

http://forums.pcpitstop.com/html/helpfiles/techexphelp.htm

 

If the DMA option is not available, the next step would be to check the drive setup in the BIOS and see what the settings are. At this point I wouild suggest setting everything in the BIOS to do with the hard drive to 'Auto'.

 

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