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Related Resources Abit AV8 not detecting SATA drive Second SATA drive seen in bios but not in XP Help, Cannot detect new SATA II drive Asus A8V-SE- New Hitachi 500gb SATA Once I removed that from the system, everything functioned as expected (~150MB/Sec to/from the Hitachi drive). Whats up with that ??? Real men don't read no stinking manuals! http://accessinmind.com/abit-av8/abit-av8-sata-drivers.html
Dismiss Notice AMD Ryzen 5 1600 and 1400 CPU Review Dismiss Notice SATA drivers for Abit AV8 Discussion in 'AMD MoBos' started by clone#13, Jan 18, 2005. Silicon image siI 3112 SATA raid controller > > > > Any help appreciated. Mike > > > > > > > > > > > > > Well, since there aren't any Intel sata controllers on that board... > > A little thing you but you're not seeing all the selections. look at this site
My System Specs OS Windows XP SP2, Ubuntu 8.10 harpocrates23 View Public Profile Find More Posts by harpocrates23 22 Jan 2009 #9 swede1 Windows 7 7 posts Ok, I only have one drive. Pain in the butt though. Intel 82801FR SATA raid controller > 2.
The detection of the old Seagate (250GB) sata drive was not a problem since windows was already installed and I was able to activate the HD via Disk Management.My problem is Their mission is to help people enjoy a better experience in a digital world. They are not new to gamers, and we... Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?
We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Intel 82801FR SATA raid controller | 2. I do have one unknown device in my device manager. Use your arrow keys to scroll the list.
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 Red_oneDec 17, 2011, 3:28 AM punjedi ---This was spot on. Full Review Logitech G533 Wireless DTS 7.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset... 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
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... here Looking into Clone-Zilla, but Linux is something with which I'm still trying to get familiar. 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) Jef Lurking Rat in 'Da Hood®, Dec 10, 2005 #5 Bill Guest In article , says... > Starting install of winxp on new AV8, I am at the point where
I have a single SATA HDD installed. weblink I tried using nlite to add the SATA driver to the windows installation disk but that did not seem to help. I have two SATA drives on my silicon image controller. I just a few moments ago finished installing, initializing and formatting an Hitachi 500GB P7K500 SATA drive.
It is enabled. I jumpered the drive to run at the slower speed then disabled the VIA RAID in the BIOS and everything came up perfectly. do I need different sets of drivers? navigate here The drive I bought however, is a 1.5tb seagate drive.
I took an old floppy disk out of the relic, which has been sitting in my basement and tried to install the SATA controller uses 3.5 floppy disk with the motherboard, Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... That's interesting.
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). Intel 82801FR SATA AHCI controller | 3. MCP, Dec 11, 2005 #7 Bill Guest In article , says... > > "Bill" <> wrote in message news:... > > In article , > > says... > > > Starting First/Second/Third Boot Device ..
Silicon image siI 3112 SATA raid controller | | Any help appreciated. 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 have attached screenshot of my motherboard specification. http://accessinmind.com/abit-av8/abit-av8-drivers-sata.html A weird thing though is that when I browse to load the drivers again (after the first load) it can see the raptor as drive X and can browse it, but
The | choices are: | 1. 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. Cease accessing this system.Your connection details: Record #: 542685 Time: Wed, 12 Apr 2017 19:46:44 -0400 Running: 0.4.10a3 / 76 Host: 192-210-134-198-host.colocrossing.com IP: 22.214.171.124 Post: Query: 40215-Problem-with-SATA-drive-on-Abit-AV8 Stripped Query: 40215-problem-with-sata-drive-on-abit-av8 Referer: It simply did not recognize any of the available drivers.
Not an access provider ISP (HN-0180). stephr1Jun 12, 2009, 8:02 PM I appreciate your specific situation, but it sounded as if someone else (plus others who have posted elsewhere...if my old, fading memory still serves me may Each time I put the driver in a folder on another partition and ran the install. 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.
My problem, at present, is that I have to install windows on the SATA drive.So, my goals are as follows:1. Use the slow-down method by setting a jumper2. 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!!! I also called tech support for my new Western Digital Caviar SE16 500Gb HDD to find out if I could do the same thing- sure enough, jumper goes to pins 5/6
Full Review Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX Computer Case - Tempered Glass Edition,... 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 I have disabled SATA controller in the BIOS because it was not recognizing hard disk.