| | Re: Hard drive light stays on
"Jon Davis" <jon@REMOVE.ME.PLEASE.jondavis.net> wrote in message
> Incidentally, I've defragged this drive to hell and back, even used
> to optimize.
> I'm talking days.. like, weeks, solidly on, with tons of hardware RAM to
> spare. This is NO visible performance hit, all like I said.
> Is there anyone out there who reads this stuff? If I say "it's solidly on
> when I go into my BIOS", people tell me to look at my operating system,
> I say "it's not wiring because it worked normally before, until I added
> another drive," and people tell me it's a wiring problem. Oh my god.
Do you think this is a paid for help site, that you can complain and
All like I said....................
> I think my drive is just toast, because one would think someone out there
> who knows how to read and who has seen this problem before (apparently a
> rare combination) would be able to point me in a meaningful direction
> without wasting my time, and theirs for bothering to repeat that which I
> already eliminated.
GFY, and take your rig to a person that you can PAY, that way they will be
more than happy to hear your whinning. If you don't know crap, don't touch
your machine. Bottom line...YOU added a hard drive and screwed something up.
Did you 'reset configuration data' after adding and removing major
components? HUH? whats that? Did you clear your cmos? HUH? whats that? Just
so you know ALL post in their entirity are sometimes missing according to
what stupid server you use. Get out your wallet, you cheap SOB.