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Apologies Scott, I see it's mainly a distinction between PATA and SATAyou are making, not SATA I and SATA IIwhich is a verydifferent matter. by R. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - 1. Thanks. have a peek at this web-site
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Asus Motherboard Not Detecting Sata Hard Drive
Unless someone who has that much chimes in? I got a slight improvement but I went for better drives with a bigger 16MB cache as opposed to 8MB previously so that and the fact that they were freshly formatted, Whatever I did, didn't affect Windows 7 device manager, although think an additional "ATA Channel" appeared under the SATA+PATA setting (unused though). So I followed Ian Clegg's detailed instructions and was eventually able to get XP installed correctly -- thanks, Ian.
Thank you for replying! I have bought an IDE to SATA Adapter, Syba SD-ADA50016 IDE/SATA Converter Bi-directional IDE to SATA. Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse - It's about reading mobo doc and following instructions by Doug_Hirschfeld / July 28, 2005 11:10 AM PDT In reply to: It's all about Internal Hard Disk Not Detected Just make sure that you put the drives with the correct order.
Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Search Thread Advanced Search Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode 08-28-201205:06 PM #1 Sata Hard Drive Not Detected In Bios Or Setup It was driving me crazy. I would guessthe PATA drive on my systemis not significantly slower than my SATA drives, not that I've noticed. annoyingly i have installed ME and it worked ok.
Many mobos have a main group of SATA ports (often 4) run by the South Bridge chip, and a couple more run by a separate chip. Ahci Win 7 Pro. I wouldn't slate the drives for it, as theyhad each, at one time beenthe filling in a drive sandwich without a drivecooling fan.I mark that down asa lesson learned. Then plug the smaller 4-pin female connector of the Y-adapter into the back of your adapter unit, giving it power.
Sata Hard Drive Not Detected In Bios Or Setup
I have a Siig IO card for the removeable drives which are 300 gigs each then I have a firewire bay unit with a 120 and 80 gig drive for music Because Windows, and system, detect HD SATA and primary IDE HD in ID 0 Bus 0 ATAPI, i move my IDE HDs to secondary IDE Channel e move my DVD/CDROM to Asus Motherboard Not Detecting Sata Hard Drive Ready to use, my system boot by HD SATA and use HD IDE as swap and backup drives.It's all.sClaudioPS: sorry because my english is short compreensive (= poor) but i try Asus Bios Not Detecting Hard Drive The key is to enable the AHCI driver in Windows before you make the setting change in the BIOS.
Improve speed at all? Check This Out Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Feel free to make a new post. I found someone with the same problem, but topic went to no solution, so Iím opening this thread, hoping someone could give me some help! My harddisk is a single 80Gb Maxtor SATA (8Mb buffer) drive. Ide To Sata
Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases Many mobos have a main group of SATA ports (often 4) run by the South Bridge chip, and a couple more run by a separate chip. Reply With Quote 08-29-201201:24 AM #2 Nodens View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Super Moderator - Coderat Array Nodens PC SpecsNodens PC SpecsLaptop (Model)Dell nspiron 17R N7110MotherboardRampage IV ExtremeProcessorIntel 3930K Source I'm sure this will not cause a problem for the IDE unit.As to the power wiring module that came with the adapter, I WAS WRONG!
Step 1: download DriveStation from VIA Arena (choose Downloads > Drivers from menu, select Windows XP, select IDE, RAID & SATA, select VT8237 Integrated Serial ATA RAID Controller, Click on the Which vendor's BIOS lists it this way? –Shinrai May 3 '11 at 14:13 My OS is Windows 7. Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details.
I guess @Vilx should try disabling this and see if that gets his hard drive working in AHCI mode... –Shinrai May 3 '11 at 14:29 1 The disk supports it,
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 i am afraid that if i create a new raid set it may wipe my HDDs. Similar Topics Problem with SATA on Asus K8V SE Deluxe Apr 2, 2007 Asus K8V SE Deluxe SATA Problem Nov 1, 2006 asus k8v se deluxe sata difficulties Dec 23, 2006 Win 7 Pro.
Research has confused me more than help with answers...so with that in mind: Is there a need to alter the channel settings in the BIOS, and if so should THAT individual i know asus are voted best boards but all off them i have had have encounted problems with. Please review the following because I have changed it! http://internetbusinessdaily.net/hard-drive/ata-sata-trouble.html This process partly limits a new Windows feature designed to help you recover from HDD corruption.
If no drive works this way, try at least one of the drives on another pc if you can (to check if the drives are actually ok) If the drives are Enhanced/SATA allows you to map SATA devices to IDE, so operating systems without AHCI support can still make use of the disks. I could talk specs on and on. The SATA burst and continuous rates were both much higher than the IDE rates.
The drive bootable situation may be a result of the IDE / SATA adapater ?? Read the instructions that came with the adapter to be sure about this. I have started using 300 gig drives and am in process of replacing everything except my sys drive with 300 gigers. Step 3: boot Windows XP install cd and press F6 when asked (to install RAID drivers from vendors) Step 4: make sure your floppy with the driver is inserted, choose the
AnonymousMar 5, 2009, 1:52 AM Did you install the Sata Raid Drivers when you installed the OS. For the IDE HDD fitted into its adapter, it is ideal for it to be in IDE Emulation mode. Prior settings of the jumpers to "slave" would result in no boot screen at all upon powering on. The pic of the adapter wiring shows two power connectors, and I assumed one was for the adapter and one for the HDD....you know what assume stands for.
It's been so long since it worked, I don't remember which one I used to start with. 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