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Ask a Question Usually answered in minutes! It’s worth a thousand words. Well a bios update definately sounds like a gd idea here but if you have already done this then im stumped.
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Please enter your desired user name, your email address and other required details in the form below. Page 1 of 2. Staa 09, Abit AV8 Motherboard. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring.
Plug the power cable back into the computer. Asta up the computer and enter the bios. Password Please enter a password for your user account.
Install sata drives on abit av8 motherboard (vista home)
If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics saata to the problem. Not finding what you are looking for? Apr 20, Abit AV8 Motherboard. Here is the link to Intel for you’re motherboard; http: The mobo refuses to boot from the SATA drives.
Posted on Sep 28, Plug the sata cable into the second hard drive. Unplug sata cable from motherboard and hard drive.
BB code is On. I uninstalled saa driver, then rebooted, and Windows detected this hardware again. At this point I wanted to eliminate the possibility that the new drive was also bad so I connected it to my tech system, it spun up and detected, like it should.
Plug the power cable back into the hard drive. It could have been set to [Disabled] Refer to your user? If you no longer have you’re manual you can download it from the link provided below; http: Then on Disk Management. I tested the PM2 jumper, no change.
SOLVED: Install sata drives on abit av8 motherboard (vista – Fixya
If so then i would say that your original hard drive has gone bad. I want to add another drive, which is SATA. You’ll need to open the Boot tab. Unplug power cable from hard drive.
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I am currently using an IDE main drive on the system, and everything works fine. You’ll need to enter the bios when you’re system boots-up. What shall I Do?
After pulling somemore of my hair out I decided to try the different jumper configurations on the drive.