> On Sat, 14 Mar 1998, Noah Beck wrote:
> > I've never seen those sorts of errors without bad hardware present.
> > I would:
> Well, it was a brand new drive in my case. It looks like it starts doing
> it under heavy activity and once it gets into that state, nothing will
> clear it except a hard power cycle. The reset button will not even clear
> the fault in the drive.
Get a program to check the hd (from the manufacturer's web site usually) to
make sure there isn't something wrong with the drive. I had a drive that
did the same thing but was replaced as soon as I called tech support.
-- Gerhard Mack email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
As a computer I find your faith in technology amusing.
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