Driver Sata A7v600
More About Us... Isthere anything else that I can test ?ThanksOn Tue, 18 May 2004 23:03:32 -0500, [email protected] (Paul) wrote:>In article <[email protected]>,>[email protected] (Christian Hanrahan) wrote:>>> Back in early Feb of 04, I built a If you can not find a driver for your operating system you can ask for it on our forum. Still, when I tested a SATA III drive on my Asrock SATA II VT8237S motherboard about a month ago, operation was flaky, and I had to stop. navigate here
It worked for me and everything was fine. Then, press <+> to move the device up the list and save & exit BIOS. 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. 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. https://www.asus.com/support/Download/1/10/25/2/17/
Not having a jumper on hand, I went ahead and connected the hard drive without a jumper. Guessing that the hard drive was going bad,>> >> I downloaded the Maxtor PowerMax diag tool from the Maxtor website,>> >> only to find that it does not support SATA RAID The several posters which have given me some hints obviously have >> understood my problem - and I appreciate very much much their time and >> effort to try to help But in Windows device manager, I > see that it is not started but failed.
For full access please Register. Once again my PC could not see any disks. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... https://www.asus.com/support/Download/1/10/25/3/17/ The cheapest SATA cards, use a VIA chip.
See if there is any documentation for the drive, to verify what the jumper does. A reasonable person having done reasonable research would conclude it wouldn't be a problem. The motherboard manual makes it very clear that the SATA connectors support only '1st generation serial ATA data rates of 150MB/s'. In the RAID/directory above, are two release notes, but no recent ones.So, you could flash up to the latest beta BIOS, and then either usethe Asus 220d or the Via 220e
Computer Experience: "hanging in there" Well, two weeks to late for me, I have had exactly this problem with exactly this Motherboard ASUS A7V600-X with a 80 Gig Seagate SATA drive http://www.driverguide.com/driver/detail.php?driverid=699204 You would use that tool to set or to verify the interface speed is set to SATA 150MB/sec. After some troubleshooting, I realized that the> >> operating system was unable to detect the hard drive. Rockster2U, #3 2006/07/20 spurrymoses Inactive Thread Starter Joined: 2006/07/19 Messages: 4 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 76 Computer Experience: Intermediate Arie said: Thanks for the info.
Older drives are SATA II, and using the jumper makes them SATA I. http://66software.com/driver-sata/driver-sata-a7v600-x-site-asus.html My $0.02 Support WindowsBBS Arie, #2 Log in or Sign up to hide this advert. 2006/07/20 Rockster2U Geek Member Joined: 2002/04/01 Messages: 3,181 Likes Received: 9 Trophy Points: But at the moment, even windows XP is not correctly starting the VIA > Raid/SCSI device. Add ASUS A7V600-X to your hardware list ASUS A7V600-X manuals BIOSWindows XPWindows 2000Windows Server 2003Windows MEWindows NTWindows 98 SEDOSLinux Found - 17 files at 4 pages for ASUS A7V600-X 1234 Manufacturer:ASUS
Both SATA drives are installed with no jumpers and working great. I was able to get it to boot into> >> safe mode, but could never get it to boot into normal mode without> >> hanging at the boot screen.> >> > But at the moment, even windows XP is not correctly starting the VIA > Raid/SCSI device. http://66software.com/driver-sata/driver-sata-a7v600-x.html Problem is, finding something for PCI bus, that doesn't suck.
but I've been having a similar problem. Staff Online Now PeteC Donate WindowsBBS Forums > Hardware > PC Hardware > Style Default Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd. hawk22 hawk22, #11 2006/07/23 hawk22 Geek Member Joined: 2002/01/31 Messages: 1,986 Likes Received: 26 Trophy Points: 493 Location: Chelsea Aus.
The first problem was that XP refused to boot pased the inital> splash screen.
Windows 2003 x32 Windows XP 7.24 MB Download Hot Drivers ASUS Motherboard Drivers ASUS Notebook Drivers ASUS Desktop PC Drivers ASUS AIO PC Drivers ASUS Graphic Drivers ASUS Wireless Drivers ASUS I called Maxtor anyway, and got them to send me out> >> a replacement drive. By simply not assigning them to an array, they can be used like any other drive connected to the board’s main IDE connectors." The Hitachi drives don't generally have a jumper I tried disabling the NIC in the>> BIOS and in the OS, but could not get the machine to boot.
Serge, Aug 2, 2005, in forum: Windows XP Hardware Replies: 7 Views: 698 Timothy Daniels Aug 6, 2005 Re: SATA driver fails, ASUS A7V600-X Paul, Sep 14, 2009, in forum: Windows The machine worked for about a month before problems>> began. But at the moment, even windows XP is not correctly starting the VIA > Raid/SCSI device. http://66software.com/driver-sata/driver-sata-per-asus-a7v600-x.html I called Maxtor anyway, and got them to send me outa replacement drive.
I was able to get it to boot into>> safe mode, but could never get it to boot into normal mode without>> hanging at the boot screen.>> >> I thought that 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 If you want to download and update ASUS A7V600-X Server Motherboard drivers easily, try the all in one driver update software ASUS Downloader, then you can download all drivers one time Last edited: 2006/07/22 Gordon, #6 2006/07/22 spurrymoses Inactive Thread Starter Joined: 2006/07/19 Messages: 4 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 76 Computer Experience: Intermediate Gordon said: ...