Sat Dec 08, 1: Should I remove it? Ars Praefectus et Subscriptor. Forum only search News: I ran the Seagate Disk Utility, and it didn’t see it either.

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I would like to know is there is a particular procedure for setting up the SATA headers, so they can recognize this drive. According to the Western Digital pdf file: It shows all the IDE drives, but that’s it.

The current BIOS version is Mine is for an ealier revision.

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The drive itself won’t be reported in device manager as a SCSI drive. Sat Dec 08, 1: Fri Dec 07, 8: Check your manual, if I remember correctly, your mobo only supports sata1 If as U say U have purchaced an new harddrive, it will be SataII, unless you specified a sataI harddrive. The cmos isn’t showing the drive, nor the desktop. When you say ” I can’t get the system to install the drive ” can you be more specific please?


Sometimes you’Re lucky and WinXP SP2 install CDs will recognize the controllers right from the start when installing, but in practice, and especially with Asus boards’ Silicon Image controllers, I’ve always had to use the extra floppy disk to feed the drivers.

So my best guess is something is seeing the drive. That’s a moot point now. Oct 19, Posts: To get a sataII hardrive to work, you will need a new motherboard. Sat Dec 08, Sat Dec 08, 4: Beedub on November 25, The following thread is relevant, especially the satq entry: Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.

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Fri Dec 07, 2: June 9th, I have no idea if there is a jumber to correct this. Are you running an updated BIOS version?

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I thought that by running the drivers during the installation that would update the BIOS. The bios will only support sataI NO update available.


Home Help Login Register. Do you have the motherboard SATA drivers installed?

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I will keep looking. December 11th, Back to the search. Does it or doesn’t it?

Disk Management doesn’t see it either.