Nvram error:

November 4, 2010 at 17:55:48
Specs: Windows 7
i have a solution for this problem:
1. if you only have 1(one) hard disk, MAKE IT AS A SLAVE..NOT A MASTER...on the jumper settings of your hard disk.
2. you can also use CABLE SETUP if you want...

that's the solution..:))


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#1
November 4, 2010 at 18:32:21
A solution looking for a problem!

Making a single hard disk a slave isn't going to do anything for NVRAM.

What happens if it is a SATA drive where there is no such thing as Salve and Master?
What happens if you have more than one drive?

Stuart


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#2
November 18, 2010 at 18:17:19
that's not looking for a problem..

if you have seen messages such as "Checking NVRAM...etc."
it means that checking NVRAM is already finished.

the problem is your HDD having a memory check when it is MASTER.
why dont you just give it a try and see what am i talking about..


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#3
November 18, 2010 at 18:52:17
NVRAM Non-Volatile Random Access Memory, sometimes called CMOS memory, and Random Access Memory, RAM have absolutely nothing at all to do with a hard disk. There is no memory check that can be done on a hard disk except the self test the hard disk hardware does on its own internal buffer on power up. The nearest you will get to a memory check on hard disk is Chkdsk and that has to be initiated the user.

Checking NVRAM is done by the BIOS during its Power on Self test and is completed long before it gets round to reading the hard disk. It is data stored in NVRAM that tells the BIOS how to access the hard disk along with all the other hardware.

If changing a hard disk from Master to Slave makes the disk work it is because incorrect information is stored in NVRAM. The correct procedure is to put the correct information into NVRAM.

Stuart


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#4
December 15, 2010 at 16:59:07
Just give it a try men...
It works for me..

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#5
December 15, 2010 at 18:02:46
Something worked for you but it wasn't switching hard disk jumpers to cure an NVRAM problem

Stuart


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