Hard Disk Pre-Delay

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Hard Disk Pre-Delay

Option name:

Hard Disk Pre-Delay

Possible values of an option:

Time in seconds, sometimes meets value [Disabled], corresponding to a time delay in 0 seconds.

The option description:

Installs a time delay in seconds before initialization of the drives connected to the standard IDE-controler of the motherboard. Normally the time delay is not necessary (value [0] or [Disabled]). But, if at computer switching-on error messages of a hard disk or other drives are deduced, and after hot reboot (keys [<Ctrl>] + [<Alt>] + [<Del>] or through the Start menu in Windows) a problem disappears, install some time delay. Its value is necessary for clarifying experimentally though, as a rule, there is enough pause from [20] till [30] seconds.

Other options identical to destination:

Delay For HDD

Delay IDE Initial

IDE Detect Time Out

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