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The strange thing is that the HDD>>>>>and DVD drive are now working properly at the correct>>>>>speed so DMA seems to be working. Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads The time now is 22:00. i just checked under device manager and it just says ide channel with a yellow mark in front of it. useful reference

I tried directing it to>>>>>>>>>>>>>>search>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>for drivers in c:\windows\system32 manually but> the>>>>>>>>>result was the same. So I went into device manager and>>>> found>>>>>>>>>>that this IDE channel was running in PIO mode when>>>> it>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>was>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>set to DMA if available. Is>> there anything I should do here? Anyone can help? 01-20-2005, 06:02 AM #6 beatchef Registered Member Join Date: Jan 2005 Posts: 1 OS: Windows XP I have exactly the same problem too.

I was trying to correct another problem. Posted by daveyboy79 on 25 Jan 2005 7:13 both my dvd-rom and burner drives all of a sudden were not working properly, ex. I tried directing it to>>>>>>>>>>>>>>search>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>for drivers in c:\windows\system32 manually but > > the> >>>>>>>>>result was the same. I've had a 160GB HDD as a>> secondary>>>>>>>>master on my P4 1.5ghz machine for quite a while>>>>>>>>>>>>running>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>smoothly (WinXP pro SP1).

Is it messing the whole> thing up?>>>-----Original Message----->>Do you have Daemon Tools or Alcohol 120% installed on> your system?>>>>"Vasili" wrote in> message>>news:[email protected]>>> Yep, I just did - to the same Reply With Quote June 24th, 2006,07:34 AM #3 Ferrit View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Super Moderator Join Date Apr 2001 Location Vancouver Island The Real Canada Posts 4,952 You It may just be that part of the configuration on your computer for the installer VIA uses is messed up too. or where is such driver located?

First of all, my bios recognizes both my primary and secondary IDE channels and the correct drives attached, so i'm farily sure this is not a hardware/cable issue. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Members Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity New Profile Posts Search Log in or Sign up Menu IDE Channel Problem? I selected> Windows>>> XP then Chipset or Platform driver and got to the VIA>>> Hyperion 4in1 v4.53>>>>>>>>>>-----Original Message----->>>>Try this:>>>>http://www.viaarena.com/default.aspx?PageID=2>>>>>>>>---->>>>Nathan McNulty>>>>>>>>Vasili wrote:>>>>>>>>>Thanks for the advice but that didn't help.

Advanced Search Welcome to the Toshiba Support Forum, created for customers and enthusiasts to share knowledge, solve problems and discuss technology. I've had a 160GB HDD as a>>>> secondary>>>>>>>>>>master on my P4 1.5ghz machine for quite a while>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>running>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>smoothly (WinXP pro SP1). Every time I now log on I get 2 x these errors: http://janusz.co.uk/01.jpg which I assume means an error is shown for each IDE slot. But I just feel > > uneasy> >>>about this exclamation point in the device manager.

Yesterday it started working> slow, like twice slower than it should. But I just feel>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>uneasy>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>about this exclamation point in the device>> manager.>>>> Is>>>>>>>>>>there anything I should do here? Is it working? My>>>>>>>>>motherboard has VIA chipset labeled P4VMM3 so I> went>>>>>>>>>>>>>> to>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>VIA's website and downloaded VIA Hyperion 4in1>>>>> drivers>>>>>>>>>v4.53 and after installing and restarting the> result>>>>>>>>>>>>>> was>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>just the same: driver not intended for

Microsoft Certified Professional Microsoft MVP [Windows] http://www.microsoft.com/protect "George Valkov" wrote: Cannot install this Hardware Driver is not intended for this platform. Is this; "the USB Root Hub started coming up with the dreaded yellow "?" in the device manager. Thanks a lot for>> any>>>>>>>>help/advice.>>>>>>>>Vasili>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>.>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>.>>>>>>>>.>>> >>>.> AnonymousSep 12, 2004, 3:45 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware (More info?)I don't see why it would unless it tries to write its own atapi.sys file wondering what else i should try.

But I just feel >> >> uneasy>> >>>>about this exclamation point in the device manager. I have a AMD 3200XP+, 1Gb DDAM @ 400Mhz and a Asus A7N8X-E Deluxe motherboard. Next I found this > > article:> >>>>>>>>>http://www.michna.com/kb/WxDMA.htm>>>>>>>>>and did as it said, that is, uninstalled the>>>>>>secondary>>>>>>>>>>>>IDE channel in device manager and restarted the>>>>>>>>>>>>>>computer.>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Well, it went on reinstalling the channel along>>>>>>with>>>>>>>>>>the>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>HDD and Next I found this article:http://www.michna.com/kb/WxDMA.htmand did as it said, that is, uninstalled the secondary IDE channel in device manager and restarted the computer.

More resources See also solved Nvidia - Display driver has stopped responding and has recovered error solved Load driver error while installing windows solved 3 years old rig: Nvidia - Display It wasn't>> the>>>>>>>>drive's problem - I've checked that by taking it>> out>>>>>>>>>>>>and>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>putting it into an external usb2 enclosure - the>> speed>>>>>>>>was excellent. Thanks a lot for>>>>>>any>>>>>>>>>>>>help/advice.>>>>>>>>>Vasili>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>.>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>.>>>>>>>>>>>>>>.>>>>>>>>>>.>> LenSep 13, 2004, 1:45 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware (More info?)Actually you can try...Going to your %windows%\system32\drivers folder and find atapi.sys; do a right click for properties.

Yesterday it started>>> working>>>>>>>>>slow, like twice slower than it should.

I do not have SP2 installed here no. Thanks a lot for any help/advice.Vasili 12 answers Last reply Sep 15, 2004 More about driver intended platform error AnonymousSep 10, 2004, 10:21 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware (More info?)Download and Thanks a lot> for>>>>> any>>>>>>>>>>>help/advice.>>>>>>>>>>>Vasili>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>.>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>.>>>>>>>>>>>>>>.>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>.>>>>>>>>>>.>> Ask a new question Read More Device Manager Hard Drives Windows XP Related Resources I got windows 7 on my PC but when I start the By continuing to browse our site you agree to our use of data and cookies.Tell me more | Cookie Preferences Partially Powered By Products Found At Lampwrights.com Register Help

Just renamed> atapi.sys and it got replaced with the correct one.>>>-----Original Message----->>Actually you can try...>>>>Going to your %windows%\system32\drivers folder and find> atapi.sys; do a>>right click for properties. No problem, right? Is>>>>there anything I should do here? I tried directing it to>>>>>>>>>>search>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>for drivers in c:\windows\system32 manually but the>>>>>>>result was the same.

Right click -> >Properties to confirm.>>Once you have a good atapi.sys file in the drivers folder you can go into >device manager, delete the offending controller(s) and scan for new >hardware. My >>>>motherboard has VIA chipset labeled P4VMM3 so I went >> >> to >> >>>>VIA's website and downloaded VIA Hyperion 4in1 drivers >>>>v4.53 and after installing and restarting the result >> May 9, 2008 at 1:29 AM #2 lemonadesoda Joined: Aug 30, 2006 Messages: 6,371 (1.61/day) Thanks Received: 991 System Specs System Name: ICE-QUAD // ICE-CRUNCH Processor: Q6600 // 2x Xeon 5472 Stay logged in TechPowerUp Forums www.techpowerup.com Forums > Hardware > Storage > TechPowerUp Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity

Reply With Quote September 21st, 2009,09:28 AM #6 CCT View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Feb 2006 Location Canada, Eh! Thanks again. Is that a problem? Disconnet (temporarily the CD and DVD devices) Reboot.

It's not an expert opinion by far but as long as I've used Windows, my experiences have been "remove & try again". If that's not possible, you can try it from the repair console (boot from the Windows install CD and select the repair console). Reload the IDE channel without devices connected to it, re-boot, problem still there? Yesterday it started working>>>>slow, like twice slower than it should.

Thanks again. (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guest) Your username or It wasn't the drive's problem - I've checked that by taking it out and putting it into an external usb2 enclosure - the speed was excellent. or what model of chipset whith this controller used in this notebook? Disk Drives Disk Drives (Floppy, USB, HDD, CD/DVD/BD) discussion Get this RSS feed Home Forum Media Gallery Wiki Details 4 Replies 0 Subscribers Postedover 12 years ago Options RSS Share Secondary

Thanks Much. Well, it went on reinstalling the channel along with the HDD and the DVD drive I have on that channel as slave. In the Device Manager the secondary IDE channel now shows as "unknown device" with an exclamation mark against it and driver not installed.