It has never given me a blue screen before or since. Whether this is valid or not, the solution worked for me. You never know when one will leave you. jitpublisherJul 15, 2012, 8:47 PM This really sounds to me like a case of moving a install of Windows on a hard drive from the old machine to the new machine http://ps3coderz.com/hard-drive/how-to-let-secondary-internal-hdd-run-permanently.php
As I boot, while Windows loads, my computer will momentarily freeze (everything including the mouse) for about 30 seconds. Why could I run two video cards and 2 hard drives, but not one video card and 3 hard drives? On the first boot the BIOS recognized it properly, the OS loaded and I managed to (quick) format the drive and assign a drive letter to it. I then ran Diskpart.
I thought it was weird because only one of the two partitions wasn't being read by Windows. It's even worse if the drive fails in some non-standard and/or unexpected way, which can certainly happen if the drive is marginal. Here's the deal on the freezing.
Edit: I might try another call to Western Digital, but I'm honestly not expecting much, unless I really get on their case. There are no error messages, or anything... Then snap the new cables in. Windows Won't Boot With Second Hard Drive It Thread Tools Search this Thread 05-29-2010, 12:00 PM #1 Branewalker Registered Member Join Date: Mar 2008 Posts: 23 OS: Windows XP Pro (SP2) This is the third
I also can't reset or power it off from the buttons. Computer Freezes When Accessing Hard Drive solved Cannot format a used secondary hard drive - Windows 10 solved Accessing partitions of a secondary hard drive from primary drive running Windows 10. I reinstalled latest mobo bios and all chipset/device drivers, but problem continued. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f16/computer-freezing-after-installing-new-hard-drive-486285.html Click here to Register a free account now!
The taskbar, also, is unresponsive. Ssd Freezing Windows 10 Operating Systems ▼ Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows XP See More... You have SATA III ports. Too easy, right?
Tried to “Hot Plug” the WD drive after windows launched and it worked. http://superuser.com/questions/954262/why-do-damaged-hard-drives-freeze-the-entire-system Like us on Facebook ValveTime.net Recent Videos Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2015 XenForo Ltd. Hard Drive Freezes Computer When Connected All of my media is on my secondary drive, which is my F drive. Hard Drive Freezes Bios All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide â„¢ Ad choices Overclock.net Join Overclock.net Home Forums News Gaming Reviews Rigbuilder Search My Profile Remember Me Forgot Password?
I had to transfer all of the data off of the drive. http://ps3coderz.com/hard-drive/how-to-encrypt-my-os-and-secondary-hard-drives.php The HDD really is the downfall in this laptop as it bottlenecks data transfer during startup, and any... Though unlikely to be such an annoying and impossible to stop beep my only option was to unplug the speaker. As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged Windows 7 â€“ Frozen Bios Boot Screen
Computing.Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site. If you tried a new cable and removed the drive and the issue goes away, I would say you have found your problem. Ran Seatools diagnostics (boot disk) & the BIOS DST on 2nd drive. his comment is here I use that system to hotswap SATA drives all the time.
Info on testing PSUs with a multimeter http://www.techsupportforum.com/f210...er-151526.html ANd here is the TSF power supply sticky with lots of info... Hot Plug Sata After removing secondary hard drive unable to boot with primary More resources Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy Point #2 is a drive firmware limitation, and #3 becomes a problem really only because of #2.
sounds like on the seagate there a firmware issue that the drive not re coving when there a power cycle. Basically you are panicking your SATA controller, which is a super-important system device, which in turn panics Windows. Theme designed by Audentio Design. Hddscan I can be browsing the web, or running video directly from the drive.
Not sure for other brands of mobo's. When you simply "restart Windows", or "reboot", they do not. Use "diskpart" (from the command prompt) cautiously. weblink Note: Solid state HDDs are a completely different story regarding everything above No Limit said: ↑ I think your computer goes in to sleep mode when any hard drive is powered
Whenever I move the power connector on the hard drive, that's what makes it work or not, I kept interchanging cables and now it seems to work. Those work fine.