Fixed Disk Failure
Explanation: The system has detected a failure with one or more of the IDE/ATA hard disk drives in the system. The problem report itself may highlight a specific device (“drive 0” or “primary master”) depending on the BIOS type and how many physical drives are installed in the system.
Diagnosis: While this is usually a problem related to the hard disk(s) themselves, it may not mean that the hard disk is bad, but possibly an incorrect cabling problem or another issue making it impossible to find the hard disk on the controller. The controller or interface to the hard disk could also be at fault.
- Troubleshoot the hard disk controller.
- Troubleshoot the hard disk drive.
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