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I finally ended up install Windows 7on it, it's not going to be fast but at least it works. No, create an account now. Good luck. "pucicu" wrote in message [email protected] > > Dear all, > > I have an ASUS A7V600-X board with Award Bios (updated to the latest > available version), and I had the problem with OS boot via SATA (because of RAID) on motherboard A7V600-X. http://66software.com/driver-sata/driver-sata-a7v600.html

Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... SATA driver fails, ASUS A7V600-X Windows XP LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes 09-14-2009, 08:30 AM #1 pucicu Guest Posts: n/a SATA driver fails, ASUS A7V600-X Dear all, I Moreover, in the BIOS I cannot find any settings releated to the onboard SATA interface. Later it in this file I found > > "Make sure VT6420 BIOS is executed by the system BIOS when POST." > > But I don't know (1) how to check https://www.asus.com/support/Download/1/10/25/2/17/

Sep 15, 2009 Re: SATA driver fails, ASUS A7V600-X SC Tom, Sep 15, 2009, in forum: Windows XP Hardware Replies: 0 Views: 1,034 SC Tom Sep 15, 2009 Loading... It could be a SATA III drive, and using the jumper makes it a SATA II drive. In the readme.txt of the driver, > I found in a folder BIOS two rom files (e.g. 6420R230.rom), and a note > that it is a SATA RAID BIOS. I would definitely not recommend a VIA chip, that's for sure.

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But at the moment, even windows XP is not correctly starting the VIA Raid/SCSI device. But if you jumper a SATA III drive to SATA II rates, the negotiation should still fail. I have no idea how can enter this Raid settings alternatively. i thought about this In the readme.txt of the driver, > I found in a folder BIOS two rom files (e.g. 6420R230.rom), and a note > that it is a SATA RAID BIOS.

Best regards pucicu -- pucicu ------------------------------------------------------------------------ pucicu's Profile: http://forums.techarena.in/members/135120.htm View this thread: http://forums.techarena.in/xp-hardware/1246404.htm http://forums.techarena.in 09-15-2009, 12:30 PM #8 SC Tom Guest Posts: n/a Re: SATA driver fails, ASUS And that is the 6420R2xx file referenced above. Get Help Fast Product Registration Customer Service Email Us Find service locations Hot Link Download Windows 10 Knowledge Search Search Microsoft Support Support main page Microsoft Community Search Driver & Tools Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

Current Bios Version is 1009 (ASUS support web site.) "pucicu" wrote in message [email protected] > > Dear all, > > I have an ASUS A7V600-X board with Award Bios (updated https://driverscollection.com/?H=A7V600-X&By=ASUS&SS=Windows%20XP Now it is working. Of course, you could also do partitioning from the XP CD. Sadly even after slipstreaming the appropriate drivers (as far > as I know at least) using nLite, Windows XP would refuse to see the > drive.

But, I had to do more than that. http://66software.com/driver-sata/driver-sata-a7v600-x-site-asus.html The key to my success was to realize that besides the overall motherboard BIOS, there was a second BIOS, or BIOS-like entity, that handled the SATA controllers. In the readme.txt of the driver, > I found in a folder BIOS two rom files (e.g. 6420R230.rom), and a note > that it is a SATA RAID BIOS. Best regards Pucicu -- pucicu ------------------------------------------------------------------------ pucicu's Profile: http://forums.techarena.in/members/135120.htm View this thread: http://forums.techarena.in/xp-hardware/1246404.htm http://forums.techarena.in Sponsored Links 09-14-2009, 09:30 AM #2 Chuck Guest Posts: n/a Re: SATA driver fails,

Hello and welcome to PC Review. But, since there are part of the motherboard, I missed that nuance. But at the moment, even windows XP is not correctly starting the VIA > Raid/SCSI device. his comment is here Andrew: In the bios there is only a setting for "ATA boot rom" and this was already enabled.

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Register to Participate Refer Forum Rules Frequently Asked Questions Mark Forums Read Contact Us All times are GMT. Later it in this file I found > > "Make sure VT6420 BIOS is executed by the system BIOS when POST." > > But I don't know (1) how to check http://support.asus.com/technicaldocuments/VT6420.pdf "Using Hard Drives as Non-RAID Drives connected to the VIA RAID connectors do not have to be set up in a RAID array in order for them to work. http://66software.com/driver-sata/driver-sata-per-asus-a7v600-x.html Note: The drivers required by XP are associated with the controller on the motherboard, not with the hard drive.

However, these are not required for the BIOS to see the hard drive. More About Us... It is a Hitachi 500 GB > drive: HI T7K500 500 SA. That aside, it sounds like the currenty installed BIOS version does not incorporate SATA support, since you have indicated that the BIOS SATA options are missing.

Later it in this file I found > > "Make sure VT6420 BIOS is executed by the system BIOS when POST." > > But I don't know (1) how to check