Found: Fix for IDE Conflict

Found: Fix for IDE Conflict

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Posted by jptekkie on February 13, 2002 at 21:53:58:

In Reply to: Re: IDE Conflict posted by Joe on February 12, 2002 at 22:34:25:

Hey guys, I just had this happen to me from doing the microsoft upgrade and found the fix. Click on your link for windows update in your start menu and choose product update. click on show installed... when you go to the bottom, select the uninstall option under for the storage update. worked like a charm. Hope this helps you all. Good Luck

: Found the solution guys...hope it works. Go to Accessories-->System tools-->From the top menu select Tools,then update wizard install. Delete the intel storage files, and restart should fix the problem, let me know how you make out.

: Joe
: : I am having the same problem here also. Don't know if this helps, but it happeeded right after I did the windows update. I can't find where to uninstall this update, if I could I think it would solve the problem. Any comments??
: : : colin
: : : I have deleted the parent IDE controllers in device manager and yes Windows should detect and configure them properly on re-booting but Still everything stays the same with the IDE controllers..this is a new Pc chips board M810 think its lost IDE drives do you know where to down load the IDE drivers for the M810.

: : : Can anyone help

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