Yes, this is possible I suppose. So i cant access data unless they are in that setting. I didn't get that from what you wrote earlier. I did find the instructions for the adapter and you are right on mark. have a peek here
There are a few additional considerations to take into account if you are running multiple SATA drives in a RAID array (like making sure all OS's are installed with RAID drivers) That is the test I used to benchmark my drives (it seems to be part of the NVIDIA drivers). What I should have done is take the bloody thing back to the store and demand a different motherboard. The CD can be burn at faster speeds (if the burner supports it) but it may suffer reliability problems if burned at speeds above 20X. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2370234/ide-sata-adapter-asus-sata-channel-setting.html
WXHCCP_EN for Windows XP Home Edition) Click the New button. Sata is primary drive and it was automatically set to drive H. What has happened? Once I enabled it, the IRQs changed for my devices and I had to reinstall the BOB drivers and then turn on the Live Output again.
The DVD is setup for Slave and the 120 HD was setup for Master.The old 120 gb drive had XP 32 installed on it from old system. 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 If so that would be a major blower. Internal Hard Disk Not Detected I have a Gigabyte motherboard that will take 4 SATA drives, 2 PATA drives and 2 CD/DVD drives so I can use the PATA drives in a RAID Array as the
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 Sata Hard Drive Not Detected In Bios Or Setup I have contacted the vendor and they are taking the board back. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 7, 2006 5:45 AM PST In reply to: SATA & IDE Combination Troubles--but w/ SATA adapters IDE's But I'll decline why since this post is buried website here If you change the Port Mode for your main HDD (the C: drive with Windows on it) AFTER that unit has been Initialized (Windows Install does this process), Windows may not
I did not extract it the first time, but burned the disk per instructions and tried to install. Ahci Would be happy to send a copy to anyone who e=mails me: [email protected] add few lines from Info.txt and copy sys_ files in I386 folder. 3) Copy ypur XP disc to Good guess! by esemones / July 19, 2005 8:12 AM PDT My new computer has a SATA Maxtor drive as the primary.
What setting should I use for sata on an AM1I mb? https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/mixing-sata-and-ide-drives-in-a-system-115142/ It ran fine for a few months, until one day I tried to reinstall windows (XP slipstreamed with SP2). Asus Motherboard Not Detecting Sata Hard Drive Just last week, I added a single SATA drive for more and faster storage on my system which already had four IDE (PATA) drives and a USB drive. Asus Bios Not Detecting Hard Drive The drive bootable situation may be a result of the IDE / SATA adapater ??
May be back with more when I get that one. http://webstrategy360.com/hard-drive/3-5-sata-hard-drive-enclosure.html I have a SATA drive as the primary and and IDE slave. This process partly limits a new Windows feature designed to help you recover from HDD corruption. I'm using 3 maxtor HD's 80 & 120 gb sata + 200 gb pata, and 3 dvd burners BENQ 1625, & 1610, + LG GSA 4163B. Ide To Sata
Asus X58 Sabertooth motherboard, Core i7 920 CPU, Win 7 Pro 64bit, NVIDIA GeForce GT610, 12GB Corsair 3x4GB CMX-12GX3M3A1333C9 ram in triple channel config... [view my complete system specs] Sat, Jul May 18, 2006 #20 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further replies. When running more than one OS on multiple drives you can use this option, or if running a properly installed NT/2000/XP, you can add boot options into the boot.ini. Check This Out The Windows XP (loaded many years ago) HDD shall be used for nostalgia and easy access as I have copied all the pertinent data onto the Windows 7 HDD.
It was very interesting. 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. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Mixing SATA and IDE drives in a system?
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 I ended up having to put a regular 80 GB IDE drive back in it to get Windows installed. Which spec(s) anyone wishes to base their buying decisions upon is a personal matter. this contact form If that is true, you're OK with the advice above.
at all if not i suggest a compleate zero out .. Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. If yours does it this way, go ahead. I have reinstalled the old MB so that I have internet access, so any testing would entail putting the new board back in (not too bad, but don't want to make
I did clear the CMOS when I was having trouble getting the MB to post (removed the battery and shifted the jumper for 10+ sec) - it fixed the posting problem, From articles I have read it is the mechanical components and data arrangement methods in drives that are the limiting factor at present. That mistake recognized and rectified, I still cannot figure out why XP won't load under my current setting.The BIOS settings have been set so that SATA 0 is the drive to 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:
My harddisk is a single 80Gb Maxtor SATA (8Mb buffer) drive. Purchased used >Ebay 1/10/13, Did clean install of Windows 7 Reply With Quote 12-28-201407:30 PM #5 omnnet View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message New ROGer Array Join Date Dec 2014 I'd like to make sure my SATA drive runs with full AHCI goodness, but which setting do I chose (and on a side note: how can I tell what mode my The article on those drives didn't surprise me too much.
My work for many years has been based on knowing and interpreting specs as well as measuring all sorts of things very accurately.Thanks for the link to the article. never heard of these sticks before but tried it and it worked!!!! The problem I am encountering is that my VIA SATA controller seems to have dissapeared.