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Setup will not continue. I installed Windows on the SATA drive.I built this computer myself and haven't had any problems with this configuration. IMPORTANT QUESTION!In all the stuff above I assumed that, since you're building a new system, you will be installing a newer version of Windows on the main C: drive. thanks ging Nov 13, 2004 #1 gingerjust TS Rookie Topic Starter after a lot of fiddling and phone calls found root of problem. have a peek here

Wow...Complete and lucid without superiority or brow beating...nice! I have 2 DVD drives on the IDE cable.I have ensured that with the SATA adapter on the IDE drives, the jumper settings on the IDE drives are all set to Terms of Use| Privacy Policy| Site Map| Find a Reseller MandrivaUsers.org : IDE Drives not recognized on new MB (ASUS) - MandrivaUsers.org Jump to content Sign In » New user? This second drive will only have data. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2370234/ide-sata-adapter-asus-sata-channel-setting.html

Asus Motherboard Not Detecting Sata Hard Drive

So, ONLY if you're installing Win XP in any version to your NEW C: drive, then you should definitely set your SATA Port Modes to IDE Emulation for all units.OK, last Obviously I cannot access windows7 in any way so I can't even check disk management. I just rebuilt my PC using an ASUS A7V880 Mobo, AMD AthlonXP 2800+ with 1Gb RAM.

Reply With Quote 08-29-201209:10 PM #10 RusMakMonkey123 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message ROG Member Array Join Date Aug 2012 Reputation 10 Posts 23 Ok thanx i will try that. If you have a hard drive that supports NCQ, it is worth a try to see if your disk performance improves with your workload. When you assemble the machine, install only ONE HDD unit in it - the new C: drive - plus any optical units. Internal Hard Disk Not Detected i installed all the mobo drivers then tried to update to xp several times but keep getting various errors during different parts of the install.

The name/model number of the burner should been shown where "Image Recorder" is shown in the screenshot. Sata Hard Drive Not Detected In Bios Or Setup however now when i boot the comp it just tells me "Missing Operating System" . scout_03's suggestion to set to Cable Select might work, also.Don't forget to connect both power and data cables to the adapter. http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?21656-No-SATA-drives-detected-in-BIOS-setup The Intel chipset does well here.

i have tried different settings in the bios i.e promise controller on/off. Ahci Reply With Quote 08-29-201210:49 AM #5 Zka17 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message ROG Guru: Diamond Belt Array Join Date Mar 2012 Location Mount Pleasant, SC, USA Reputation 163 Posts Then plug the smaller 4-pin female connector of the Y-adapter into the back of your adapter unit, giving it power. Actually I now see the all 6 SATA drives listed, but they say "not detected".

Sata Hard Drive Not Detected In Bios Or Setup

In the BIOS, the system is recognizing the other HDD's connected to SATA 1 and 2 without a problem.SATA 1 has my old image on it (also XP), and when I Ask ! Asus Motherboard Not Detecting Sata Hard Drive I do have one thing to add, however. (BTW, this was Windows XP Home Edition Upgrade, and the CD name was VRMHCCP_EN.) When I was using Isobuster to extract the Microsoft Asus Bios Not Detecting Hard Drive For many contemporary ASUS (maybe other manufacturers too?) motherboards there is a setting in BIOS called "ATA/IDE Configuration", which has three options - Disabled, Compatible and Enhanced.

tried all four sata ports on the mobo. http://todayspec.com/hard-drive/ata-and-sata-coexist-in-same-pc.php Maybe there is a limit on the Port 4? The last several drives I bought had 3-yr. I could talk specs on and on. Ide To Sata

I can boot off the SATA only if I have no IDE drives attached. C:\XPHOMECD) Enable Expert Settings. I had to run the 120 gb drive and the DVD burner on a single IDE cable as there is only once connection. Check This Out Apr 7, 2006 #18 mnrmillwood TS Rookie I forgot to ask if it matters which SATA connection (on the board) I use (i.e.

The article on those drives didn't surprise me too much. That is only because that makes the mobo's HDD controller chips limit the commands it sends to the drive on that port to those an IDE unit can carry out. Some mobos allow you to set the SATA Port Mode for each port separately.

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Choices are AHCI(I think) and IDE solved Using SATA/IDE adapter to transfer info from external drive solved Problem to recognize HDD using IDE-SATA Adapter solved using HDD IDE in a new I also tried the Windows 7 enable AHCI hack with the mode set to Enhanced/SATA in BIOS. Purchased new from PowerNotebooks.com in May 2010. (both have 1920X1080 hd screens, mine above, hers below ) Asus G73 Sw XR1 laptop 8 GB Ram, 160 GB Intel SSD, 80 GB That is the test I used to benchmark my drives (it seems to be part of the NVIDIA drivers).

Download a file or two from this source: (GDragoN post) Google: SlipVIASata.rar Actually, update: Slipviasata.rar has been removed from the source I quoted. I think the i have Marvell SATA controller. AnonymousMar 5, 2009, 1:52 AM Did you install the Sata Raid Drivers when you installed the OS. http://todayspec.com/hard-drive/ata-sata-trouble.php Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate.

Maybe because I tried to image a Raid set up and needed to completely erase the drive and start from Scratch. I just switched the cables, put my dvd and cd writer drives on the primary IDE cable instead, restarted, and voila!My drive lettering is messed up nowA:floppy C:SATA HD ------ ok I also have to RAID 0 Hitachi 250 gb for storage at Liquid. It came with 2 HDD’s, 500gb (Seagate).

My SATA conked out, and I wanted to get up and running right away, w/o buying an expensive SATA at a brick&mortar store nor wait 5 days for a it to Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now Otherwise, there were no problems at all.Windows XP shouldn't care whether your drive is PATA or SATA. Either way you have the motherboard returned to its default state which is where you want to start. 0 Back to top MultiQuote Reply #3 rogerh frequent Group: Members Posts:

Do not use a diagram from a different unit - they are not all the same. That Y-adapter has 3 connectors. It used to work but after the mobo install the bios recognized an unknown drive instead of the other hd.