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In witch case you can’t do because you only have the one HDD. Upgrade for an older system On the other hand, there’s a lot to be said for upgradability, one thing that SFF PCs really don’t offer much of.
FM3-V Motherboard HELP!
This is probably a good thing, as demonstrated by the scores from the benchmarks we did get to run. You should be able mssi disable the IDE channel in the bios settings. Budget prices, integrated features and sometimes refreshing innovation are all hallmarks of the lesser known chipset manufacturers. I guess I’m going to have to sleep on this tonight.
Oh and I know someone will ask your PSU specs, so you might as well post them too. CD although they were for Win It skips over some important things entirely, such as the nature of the integrated graphics solution.
Load the Drivers and forget about it! Your system shoud be able to autodetect it. So it’s time for a long snooze, and I’ll attack it in the morning.
I keep getting an error message, txtsetup. Ie is there one for Raid and one for normal use part of the chipset? So his only options are to use a floppy, slipstream the drivers, or use something newer than XP. Looking through the BIOS setup screen for version 1. I will try to get Screen Shot from Someplace.
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Ask a Question Usually answered in minutes! Acutely you might try to disable the Raid in bios that would probably help you out too. Acutely you might try to disable the Raid in bios that would probably help you out too. Ie aata there one for Raid and one for normal use part of the chipset?
Re: MSI Mobo and SATA Bios problem. Got ‘er solved!
Good to hear that things went well. HDD will have to be formatted First. Oh and don’t worry about the Raid settings if your not using it.
Maybe that would correct the failure to ID the drive. That’s very bad advice. Or is there a switch on the board itself?
I haven’t tried the Seagate Diag yet though, so good look on that one. Ie is it Sata II?