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All trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners. When it freezes during these times, the hard drive light will remain on. KT600A Bios not detect Samsung Sata HDD Bios does not detect drives after swapping SATA cables SATA as the only drive? My problem, at present, is that I have to install windows on the SATA drive.So, my goals are as follows:1. this contact form
Please choose an option below. 1. All Activity Home Technical Help & Support Hardware Hangout abit av8 3rd eye sata install problems Company Contact Us About Us Write for Neowin Advertising Community Forums Subscribe Chat on IRC I?m not sure if I have the latest VIA VT 8237 bios (I have 4.31). I have seen forum posts before that said sata drivers need to be installed for this motherboard in order for sata drives to be detected. why not try these out
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When there was an operating system on the Hitachi drive (I have since formatted it), it would just stop at the ?Verifying DMI Settings? sewildman50Jun 12, 2009, 12:24 PM I forgot to mention that the sata driver disk tha thad come with my mobo was corrupt and was the reason I was receiving the error None of these problems occur if I unconnect the SATA drives. screen.
Cheers....Steph jarmojokinenDec 5, 2009, 8:19 AM New SATA drive not recognized by an old AV8 motherboard.I had the same SATA disk detection problem with Abit AV8 motherboard and a new Western I'm glad yours worked out.As a comment to the posting above regarding the SATA drive having no place to show up in the BIOS listing....as a point of interest, in my I tried to use nLite to add the SATA drivers for the Windows installation disc, but does not seem to help. Go into bios integrated peripherals onboard ide and DISABLE sata raid rom!With it enabled it expects to see multiple drives so even though you go into yourTAB screen it gives you
I've checked for the latest SATA drivers for the VIA chip and I must have installed that somewhere along the way (prob'ly expecting to move to SATA). Anyone here know anything about it?I'll post back here once I have this next "phase" completed. Nintendork Junior Member Joined: Apr 16, 2005 Messages: 1 Likes Received: 0 I am having serious troubles trying to get my SATA drive(s) to work with my new AV8 3rd Eye I tried any combination, including using just one and/or 2 of the new HDDs with fresh XP Pro installation and it does not see any HDD at all.
With the exception of the Hitachi drive not having a jumper. However, once I had the drive installed and basically working, my BIOS showed 2 new listings (in addition to the other 4 IDE devices..2 HDDs, 1 DVD Player, 1 CD-RW): IDE I pulled an old floppy drive out of a relic that has been sitting in my basement and tried to install the SATA driver using the 3.5 floppy that came with I jumpered the drive to run at the slower speed then disabled the VIA RAID in the BIOS and everything came up perfectly.
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If not, check at Abit website for downloadable manual for your board. #2 grooge, Apr 17, 2005 (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored Content http://www.nodevice.com/driver/AV8-3rd_Eye/get31291.html Please help me guys! #1 Nintendork, Apr 16, 2005 Loading... Abit Av8 Manual Based on the comments on this thread, and some trial, I found a solution:- slowed down the disk interface from 3Gb to 1.5Gb by putting in a jumper to pins 5&6, Share this post Link to post Share on other sites vincent 153 153 22,313 posts Location: W.
It's easy! http://accessinmind.com/abit-av8/abit-av8-drivers.html Sign In Sign Up News Back News Latest Microsoft Apple Software on Twitter on Facebook Forums Back Forums Browse All Activity My Activity Streams Unread Content Content I Started Leaderboard Guidelines Time was 2 mins. I originally had the two sata drives (75Gb maxtor) set up with RAID 0 on my old mobo (Asus A7N8X) but this time I wanted to use only one of the
SATA drivers that came with this Mobo on a floppy don't help. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? I put a jumper in to slow down the 250 Gb Seagate HDD from 3Gb/s to 1.5 and now my comp recognizes it!!! navigate here I had used a Seagate Barracuda SATA drive previously as a secondary storage drive and, interestingly, I was able to activate it through Disk Management in Windows but it never did
Got another 500Gb Western Digital SATA HDD- same problem. I was able to install Windows onto my WD IDE drive (only when the SATA drives were unconnected). I do not believe that the SATA drive should show up in the BIOS as there is no place for it.
It's not clear to me what's going on, but I am certainly open to ideas and suggestions.A piece of info I wanted to add: In looking at task manager, I noticed
Download the latest drivers from http://www.viaarena.com then extract that file then place the contents of the driverdisk folder on a floppy. What would we do without the forums, thanks everyone Ask a new question Read More SATA BIOS Motherboards Related Resources Trouble adding a Hitachi 1TB SATA drive as secondary drive Abit cuz im sure you have to extract the driver on the cd that came with you baord onto a floppy disk. However, it seems that the driver is just for sata raid (which I do not want or need).
I'll let you know if I figure out the issue on my end any maybe it will help you too :-) sewildman50Apr 29, 2009, 9:58 AM Well, actually I am trying Cheers...Steph sewildman50Jun 12, 2009, 12:22 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 Get BIOS to recognize the sata drive.2. his comment is here CompanyAbitCategoriesMotherboardsModelAbit AV8-3rd EyeDescriptionAbit uGuru 2.1XOperating SystemsWindows 2000-XPVersion Driverv2.126Size Driver4.95Mb File Nameuguru_v2126.exeDate2004/07/21 CompanyAbitCategoriesMotherboardsModelAbit AV8-3rd EyeDescriptionRealtek Gigabit Lan DriverOperating SystemsWindows 2000-XP-XP 64bit-2003-2003 64bitVersion Driverv686 v6.203Size Driver4.52Mb File Namev686.zipDate2008/11/07InformationDriver CompanyAbitCategoriesMotherboardsModelAbit AV8-3rd EyeDescriptionAbit FlashMenu Full
I tried changing the SATA cable.Tera OnlineTera Online GoldTera Gold johntaberOct 12, 2011, 9:04 PM This thread worked for me. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... DM613Aug 5, 2011, 1:58 AM My problem is that when I try to install Windows on a new disk is not detected in Windows installer. 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",
It took about the same amount of time (actually less) than my 1st test (PATA to SATA). All rights reserved. So I set the bios to boot from cd and insert the xp disk, press F6 when asked to and the setup detect the drive and allows me to format it, All Rights Reserved Theme designed by Audentio Design.
Get the answer moomoomanApr 29, 2009, 11:03 AM I had that same problem with that board and a Samsung SATA2 drive, it would only detect the drive on a warm boot, Browse Drivers
Upload Driver or firmware or documentation Membership Free Premium Plus Premium Pro Multiple User Licenses Site Beginner's Guide F.A.Q. I guess if my new drive never showed up in the BIOS, the BIOS would not give me that option as a boot up device.For me, as I expected, the shortest 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 only wish to run a single SATA drive.Unfortunately, there seems to be a lot of problems with the chipset on this board and sata, and very few answers. Help Windows xp doesnt see my sata hard drive, but the bios does SATA settings on IC7-G for BIOS and XP MSI motherboard - SATA drive configuration (do not want RAID)