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This is caused by many factors, but I will mention only one. This maybe caused by your transfer mode changing from DMA to PIO regarding your disk drive. To check this, go to your Device Manager from Control Panel and expand IDE ATA/ ATAPI controllers. Then, right-click on each controller and go to the Advanced Settings tab and look if it says PIO as transfer mode. To change this, right-click on the controller and uninstall, and reboot. It will automatically detect the correct or DMA transfer mode.