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mdklassen
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> I changed the SATA cable from SATA0 on motherboard to SATA1

> and the blue screen error still appears with 3f2 instead of 3f1.

 

That makes sense. 

The computer always uses '3F0' to communicate with some device (CD/DVD, or M.2 SATA adapter),

Your computer always uses '3F1' to communicate with the device connected to 'SATA-0'.

Your computer always uses '3F2' to communicate with the device connected to 'SATA-1'.

 

What happens if you connect either disk-drive (old or new) to a different computer?

(Disconnect that computer's CD/DVD and original disk-drive, leaving only your drive connected.)

Do you still get "disk error" when you power-on that computer?

 

 

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WESTY0111
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Hi

 

Did this issue ever get resolved? I'd really like to know as I'm having more or less the same issue!

 

Any help or advice would be really appreciated!

 

Thanks

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