HiWould there be a reason for my PC to change back to PIO Mode. Its been having a few probs recently with BSOD but have not been able to find out why and when I check its in PIO mode so any assistance would be greatThank you
Just checked mine to make sure, It was still the same,You have not done a system restore recently have you,That may have changed it back.
fyi onlyclick herehow old is your hard drive? can you visit the manufcturers website for test tools?
Windows sometimes does this after an "event" You might be able to get it back with this but the BSOD should be investigated.click here
If you go to Device Driver>IDE/APTI Controllers>right click on the Primary and Secondary Channels in turn>Properties>Advanced tab, you can (hopefully) reset DMA.The hard drive should be at, usually, level five; optical drives need only level two.
I can restore it I did today but looking for a reason why it went to PIO, its only 2 years old and done a test it passed
For the reason, see:click here
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