Windows 7 Problems in Hard Disk SATA

Written By The Ones on Friday, January 1, 2010 | 9:33 AM

The latest problem in Windows 7 is trying to run at SATA hard disk type with large capacity. From the test results appear, OS software are often show both error message when the computer is idle. This problem occurs when the computer is running on Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 on SATA HD with 1GB capacity or more.

"If the user asks your computer into Sleep or Hibernate mode status and then you try to re-activate, error messages will appear on the screen," said a spokesman for Microsoft, as quoted by Softpedia, Monday (28/12/2009).

"Today Microsoft has found the source of the problem, which can be done on the Microsoft site to download the hotfix," he added.

However, the spokesman added, the improvement is only intended for users who experience these problems. Users who do not have problems, you should wait for the official update from Microsoft, for example in the form of Service Pack 1.

In addition, for SATA hard disk drivers will be ready in 10 seconds to run Windows 7. However, the SATA hard drive capacity greater take more than 10 seconds. In this case, happen operation time out.


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