Re: HDD temp
I switched the 2 hard drive cables and it was really slow even after Windows was loaded. So I switched them back to how they originally were and it would take a long time to boot up, so long that I could not wait on it. The bios would not detect the hard drive either.
So now, I unhooked the second drive all together and now it boots up fine and it shows a temp of around 22 degrees celsius, now that is more like it. I am using the cable from the second drive right now. I am going to hook the original cable back up and see what happens. Right now it looks like it is either a bad cable or a bad motherboard connection.
BTW, I tried Pc Wizard and it did not show the HDD temp. It showed everything else. Do I have to do something in the settings?
EDIT: Now I am almost 100% positive that the motherboard is the problem. Now I can not get it to boot up at all no matter which cable or motherboard connection I use.
EDIT2: It seems that if I have more than one drive, including the dvd drive hooked up, it does not want to boot. If I just have the Windows drive hooked up, it boots up just fine.
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