Driver Sata Abit Av8
It took about the same amount of time (actually less) than my 1st test (PATA to SATA). do I need different sets of drivers? But when I look at the list of processes, systemidle shows 90+% meaning nothing else is really running. Cheers...Steph sewildman50Jun 12, 2009, 8:22 PM If your drive seems to be working then you are far better off than I was.I forgot to post back here to indicate that I navigate here
I guess that will be the BSOD test, so to speak. However, it seems that the driver is just for sata raid (which I do not want or need). I may try that. The mobo refuses to boot from the SATA drives.***UPDATE***I was able to flash to 2 older versions of the BIOS.
I had one drive, an 80GB Samsung, and it wouldn't work right, wouldn't spin up and would not be detected. Maggie1313Feb 18, 2010, 11:24 PM Hi! There are only 4 entries in the BIOS for disk which is only enough for the PATA drives - two masters and two slaves.
Got another 500Gb Western Digital SATA HDD- same problem. I tried to use nLite to add the SATA drivers for the Windows installation disc, but does not seem to help. You have to have a new computer to read the Sata 3.0 and use the Feature tool to set the speed back to 1.5. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/259192-30-abit-bios-detect-sata-drive Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More...
solved BIOS does not detect Hard Drive solved Windows 8 won't detect hard drive even though the bios does More resources See also solved Newly built PC, BIOS does not detect Overclock.net is powered by Fandom Games |FAQ|Support|Privacy|ToS|DMCA|Site Map Search GO CXO Cloud Big Data Academy Videos More Innovation Security Software Data Centers Smart Cities All Topics Sections: Photos Videos All Writers You have to turn off the Sata Rom in bios if you only have one drive. I have Windows XP installed on them (it's been installed for the past 2 years), so I know it's there.
It spins up, but it is not being detected by the bios or Windows XP, just as the other one was. All rights are reserved. Intel users should... I thought I'd come and take a stab in the dark.When I go into the BIOS, my new drive is not detected.
If you're new to the TechRepublic Forums, please read our TechRepublic Forums FAQ. check over here I have the same problem as sewildman50 (first person in this thread). However, based on the problems I've read about here, none of which I've seen so far, I feel optimistic that I should not have a problem. "Proof is in the pudding", I just a few moments ago finished installing, initializing and formatting an Hitachi 500GB P7K500 SATA drive.
Anyone here know anything about it?I'll post back here once I have this next "phase" completed. Tried using Maxtor/Seagate's MaxBlast, but it seems to hang at some point along the way (prob'ly because if the destination isn't a Maxtor/Seagate drive, it may not know what to do I did a simple file transfer test just to see if the drive would wiggle. his comment is here He had to reset the BIOS back to the default settings for the HDD to be detected. ASRock X99 ITX (6 items) Hyper-V NAS (9 items)
by Spykerv › ID-COOLING Auraflow 240 RGB AIO Cooler by DaveLT › Noctua NH-D14 SE2011 Quiet CPU Cooler for Intel LGA 2011 Socket... I am currently using an IDE main drive on the system, and everything works fine. Nothing apparent in performance.
I can see there are 6 list of IDE on bios but it does not shows the SATA dive.
Not Found The requested URL /page/au/motherboard/[email protected]_NAME=AV8&fMTYPE=Socket 939&pPRODINFO=Driver was not found on this server. Provide a link to your manual will also help too OS X 10.6.4 (13 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMMac MiniMac Mini Server 2011Intel HD30008GbHard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor2 Internal drivesNoneOS X / W7 mis019Jul 30, 2011, 5:25 AM where are the jumpers are they on the Motherboard because there arent any on the hitachi hard disk thanks. I was worried about the "jumper" issue for taking the drive from SATA II to SATA I, but it's not clear that's something I need to worry about....so farI know Wiki
New SATA HDDs don't come with jumpers, can I use one from an old IDE drive?"Go into bios integrated peripherals onboard ide and DISABLE sata raid rom!"Tried both disabling and enabling But the system still won't boot from my SATA drives. kari4 // about 7 hours ago 0 Reinstall WIN 10 on a new SSD + Format the computer yossi8989 // 2 days ago 0 A weird error message brianwall99 // 2 weblink Use the slow-down method by setting a jumper2.
The file went from a PATA drive to the SATA drive. Full Review Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 DRAM 3200MHz (PC4-25600)... So I disable the raid from the BIOS? Still, same thing, with an exclamation point. Reply Reply post #8 of 17 9/4/05 at 6:15am ncsa Retired Staff Joined: Mar 2005 Posts: 5,141 Rep: 657
Thanks for any help. Full Review Gigabyte GA-AX370-Gaming K7 AM4 AMD X370 RGB FUSION SMART FAN 5... I tried switching the sata cable as well.I have not cleared CMOS at all so I suppose I could try that.Thanks for your reply, and given that I am not just I discovered one of my other drives (Maxtor 200GB) was acting up.
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