Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums–revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Tuesday, 5th April, at 5: That is, as opposed to saying: Yes, my password is: Interestingly, in the situation where you haven’t yet put the jumper on the drive, and the BIOS doesn’t yet know anything about your new drive, WindowsXP still pauses when booting for about 10 seconds at the DOS-like WindowsXP loading screen This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff.

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It’s been a few years since I built a computer, and I always have to relearn everything You are viewing our forum as a guest. Both SATA drives are installed with no jumpers and working great. Not having a jumper on hand, I went ahead and connected the hard drive without a jumper.

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Thursday, 28th October, at In fact, I’m quite miffed about this, because one of my last-effort guesses was to stick a jumper in here and see what happens – but I didn’t bother when I saw a7v6000 message. I thought the easiest thing to do would be to get a floppy, so I borrowed one from a friend Thanks for great advices! No sign of the new drive at all. So much for backward compatibility This one tip will help you sleep better tonight A few seconds are all you need to get a better night’s rest.


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Could that be causing me issues? I don’t know if has something to do with the bios, the jumper, or the tools I’ve used to format it. Hope this helps Bill.

Asus A7VX Hard drive: Guess it pays to check things out but most of us still learn things the hard way. So if you’ve just upgraded your Asus motherboard with a big, fat Seagate hard drive and the BIOS doesn’t recognise it – try this. I have spent hour and hours trying to get around this problem a7g600 no avail.

Thank you for pointing this out to us I am sure it will help avoid many a frustrating episode. Sexually explicit or offensive language Spam: Drive spins up, but the motherboard doesn’t recognize it at all. This worked, no errors, and it seemed to be very fast.

Ive never had a problem with Sata drives before and nobody else seems to be experiencing similar problems Looked in BIOS under integrated peripherals. And they say that Linux has driver issues?!


SATA jumpers I am seeing the opposite results. I dont have a floppy drive to use, maybe im not adding the drivers to the CD correctly?

This might lead you to believe that something is almost working but it’s not. I found what I thought where the right drivers http: Thanks very much in advance, Matthew. You’ll find aa7v600 about fixing problems with computer hardware, computer software, Windows, virusessecurityas well as networks and the Internet. Yea, I’ve heard some more problems.

I would recommend that you send an e-mail to the technical support site for your motherboard and ask if those SATA first generation hard drives will work on that motherboard.