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#### Problems problems....

I've got Fujitsu MAN3184MP and Adaptec 29160 scsi card.

Sometimes i have this message "A disk read error occured" , sometimes even
bios does not recognize it, sometimes it does but the boot sequence does not
start it seems that motherboard bios has problems with it ( so it seems to
me, i could be wrong about that assumption) . Then i reset and it all works
perfectly. I've noticed a speed degradation in Win XP lately.
I'm angry :))

I have LVD/SE terminator, and i think 68pin cable ( not sure about that ).

Hope i gave you enough info to try and help.

Thanx!

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2/15/2005 11:21:05 AM
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Seems obvious that the drive is going belly up.  You could download the
manufacture's utility disk and confirm it.  I think time would more wisely
be spent backing up your data before you can't read it at all.

DaveL

"biBU" <idolovcak####@inet.hr> wrote in message
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> I've got Fujitsu MAN3184MP and Adaptec 29160 scsi card.
>
> Sometimes i have this message "A disk read error occured" , sometimes even
> bios does not recognize it, sometimes it does but the boot sequence does
> not start it seems that motherboard bios has problems with it ( so it
> seems to me, i could be wrong about that assumption) . Then i reset and it
> all works perfectly. I've noticed a speed degradation in Win XP lately.
> I'm angry :))
>
> I have LVD/SE terminator, and i think 68pin cable ( not sure about that ).
>
> Hope i gave you enough info to try and help.
>
> Thanx!
>
>
>
> --
> -----------------------------------
> Makni #### iz adrese
>
>


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DaveL
2/16/2005 6:46:03 PM

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