|Check the drivers to make sure that they are running up to date. |
1. Click Start
2. Choose Run
3. type " compmgmt.msc ", This will run a scan of your drivers.
2.Click Control Panel
4.In the System menu, click the hardware tab.
5.Click Device Manager to bring up a full list of installedhardware drivers, Look for exclamation marks that indicate trouble.
6.Right click and choose Properties to evaluate the status and troubleshoot the hardware device.
If that doesnt work you may need to check your IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers
Hope this helps!