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    "Delayed Write Failed" on SATA + XP

    Had a computer random freezes (thread about "Strange SATA HDD/Radeon 9600 behavior ...") and solved it by lowering AGP/PCI speed...

    After that PC doesn't freezes anymore, but when i copy large files to SATA drive, i got "Delayed Write Failed" error poping up, and Event Viewer is full of errors like "An error was detected on device \Device\Harddisk3\D during a paging operation", "The device, \Device\Ide\IdePort2, did not respond within the timeout period." and copy is not possible as it takes forerver to complete...
    Help somebody! Thanks in advance.

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    Also, the disk is checked for errors and cables ar ok, otherwise it would stop also when the AGP/PCI speed is default... Think its SATA controller conflict with IDE, but i don't know the specifics and theory of SATA&PCI&IDE co-operation...maybe i need a some driver?

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    Turn off command queueing on the SATA controller via device manager.

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    I dont have that option in device manager... the sata controller is integrated, and only option i have is 82801EB controller.

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