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DD S Dec 18, 2011, 06:10am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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wenevr i start my pc,my it states
Hyper threading technology enabled
detecting ide drives...
sumtims it jst freezes d startup screen (jst as we start pc)
cant rectify wats d probm...
pls help


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micro Dec 18, 2011, 05:40pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: hyper threading technology Enabled
This often indicates that there is a problem with detecting your hard drives.

1.Use your bios (press delete during post). Look to see see if the bios is detecting your hard drives.

2.unplug and replug in your hard drives, is this doesn't work, try the next step.

3.If you have more than one hard drive installed in your pc, disconnect all but the main drive and see if the pc will boot.

Let us know from there if any of this solved your problem.


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john albrich Dec 18, 2011, 07:01pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: hyper threading technology Enabled
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If you can't get to the "BIOS Setup" (aka "CMOS Settings") screen/menu using the Del or Delete key...

Some PCs use a different key (e.g. F2) or even pressing more than 1 key at a time (e.g. Shift+F2).

Read your PC or motherboard's User Manual/User Guide to identify the key(s) required to enter BIOS Setup. If you don't have a hardcopy guide or can't access a softcopy on your PC, you might find a copy at the website of your PC or motherboard manufacturer. These are sometimes located in the "Downloads" sub-section of the "Support" section of various manufacturer websites. If you can't find your specific model, look for a similar model.


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