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Port 0 is failing in XP Home


dnjl

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My desktop is XP Home 32 bit, RAID (which means nothing to me) SATA II (also means nothing to me).

Does this mean that one of my 2 hard drives is failing or what??

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lotvic

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Yes, it means that the hard drive connected to Port 0 is failing.

It needs to be replaced with a new one. If you have a RAID setup then wait for someone else to post that knows what to do.

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