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Hi

today i tried to run a program and i did not run twice , i tried to run it twice

and i sound a strange noise ,like mechanism that is being to move

i have no new hardware,i mean i did not added new hardware ,no new programs installed , no new drivers no drivers updated ,it's the first time that this happen

In the event viewer there are two event ID 9: The device, \Device\Ide\IdePort2 , did not respond within the timeout period.

origin:Atapi

kind:error

Id event: 9

have 2 hard disk sata , 1 hard disk fat32 ide , and 1 dvd reader and a dvd burner

when i get this error i have not cd or dvd in the drivers

should i worry? what could be ?

thanks

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Have a read, and see if any of the following apply?

http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid...api&phase=1

The trick is to identify exactly what device is on \Device\Ide\IdePort2. And then you should be able to narrow down the problem. (Typically I've seen this with bad CD/DVDs or a dying CD/DVD drive).

thank you so much

is there a program that let me discover which device is on \device\ide\ideport2?

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I would guess, secondary channel, master device?

\device\ide\ideport0 = primary channel, master device.

\device\ide\ideport1 = primary channel, slave device.

\device\ide\ideport2 = secondary channel, master device.

\device\ide\ideport3 = secondary channel, slave device.

\device\ide\ideport4 = tertiary channel, master device.

and so on for a pure IDE system with both master and slave devices on each channel.

How Windows maps SATA to IDE terminology, should be based on if the SATA controller is running in IDE compatible mode or AHCI, and if the driver for the SATA controller emulates a SCSI controller or IDE controller.

Are there any 'disk' errors in the event log? (The typically occur at the same time if it's a failing device, and from that you can tell which device is failing for easily).

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I would guess, secondary channel, master device?

\device\ide\ideport0 = primary channel, master device.

\device\ide\ideport1 = primary channel, slave device.

\device\ide\ideport2 = secondary channel, master device.

\device\ide\ideport3 = secondary channel, slave device.

\device\ide\ideport4 = tertiary channel, master device.

and so on for a pure IDE system with both master and slave devices on each channel.

How Windows maps SATA to IDE terminology, should be based on if the SATA controller is running in IDE compatible mode or AHCI, and if the driver for the SATA controller emulates a SCSI controller or IDE controller.

Are there any 'disk' errors in the event log? (The typically occur at the same time if it's a failing device, and from that you can tell which device is failing for easily).

thank you so much

no there are not disk errors in the event log

i have a p5gd1 asus motherboard with 2 ide slot and 4 sata slot

first ide slot a dvd reader and dvd burner

second ide slow hard disk

sata 1 hard disk

sata 2 hard disk

\device\ide\ideport1 = primary channel, slave device.

what should be ? the dvd burner or the hard disk (ide o sata)

the drivers i use are ITE8212_1719

is there a software to find it?

in the event log there is atapi (should be an dvd reader or burner...or)

thank you so much!

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in the event log there is atapi (should be an dvd reader or burner...or)

It'll be one of the DVD drives then. The ATAPI event log should have the drive letter in the log.

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I would guess, secondary channel, master device?

\device\ide\ideport0 = primary channel, master device.

\device\ide\ideport1 = primary channel, slave device.

\device\ide\ideport2 = secondary channel, master device.

\device\ide\ideport3 = secondary channel, slave device.

\device\ide\ideport4 = tertiary channel, master device.

and so on for a pure IDE system with both master and slave devices on each channel.

How Windows maps SATA to IDE terminology, should be based on if the SATA controller is running in IDE compatible mode or AHCI, and if the driver for the SATA controller emulates a SCSI controller or IDE controller.

Are there any 'disk' errors in the event log? (The typically occur at the same time if it's a failing device, and from that you can tell which device is failing for easily).

i found \device\ide\ideport1 is my seagate with xp installed

i found in the registry ntfs of c: is corrupted

i wiped the partition with acronis disk director

and installed xp

the error seems disapeared

i don't know if the drive is expiring or it was the the mft (ntfs) corrupted

i ran seatool the diagnostic tool under dos booting with floppy and under windows xp with seatool (all tests passed )

the smart info are

HD Tune: ST3320620AS Health

ID Current Worst ThresholdData Status

(01) Raw Read Error Rate 119 90 6 0 Ok

(03) Spin Up Time 95 95 0 0 Ok

(04) Start/Stop Count 97 97 20 3794 Ok

(05) Reallocated Sector Count 100 100 36 0 Ok

(07) Seek Error Rate 86 60 30 436147962 Ok

(09) Power On Hours Count 91 91 0 7959 Ok

(0A) Spin Retry Count 100 100 97 0 Ok

(0C) Power Cycle Count 97 97 20 3763 Ok

(BB) (unknown attribute) 100 100 0 0 Ok

(BD) (unknown attribute) 100 100 0 0 Ok

(BE) Airflow Temperature 70 55 45 504758302 Ok

(C2) Temperature 30 45 0 30 Ok

(C3) Hardware ECC Recovered 89 58 0 205281548 Ok

(C5) Current Pending Sector 100 100 0 0 Ok

(C6) Offline Uncorrectable 100 100 0 0 Ok

(C7) Ultra DMA CRC Error Count 200 196 0 1021 Ok

(C8) Write Error Rate 100 253 0 0 Ok

(CA) TA Counter Increased 100 253 0 0 Ok

Power On Time : 7959

Health Status : Ok

thanks you much for the help

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