It was clear to me that I was not meant to fiddle with it – but as it turned out, I was. It’s not detected – and no amount of wire checking will make any difference. You are reporting the following post: Do you mind linking the drivers you found? I was not aware that there was such a thing as SATA speed autonegotiation, so I have learned something new today.
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» Asus A7VX (VIA VT) with SATA II Hard Drive My Green Life
Asus A7VX Hard drive: Thursday, 17th November, at 6: Leave a comment Click here to cancel reply. This again has shown to me just how much we can learn here on the BBS hawk I was saga impressed that I ordered a second hard drive just like xata first for backups. I don’t know and it sounds like you have attempted everything else. I have spent hour and hours trying to get around this problem to no avail.
Asus A7v / Seagate SATA drive problem
CNET’s forum on computer help is the best source for finding the solutions to your computer problems. Did you have to enable any settings in the BIOS to get it to recognize the drive?
Interesting, Seagate even have the following point as one of the Key Features of this drive: Yes, and you a7v060 jumpers weren’t needed for SATA drives -think again! Yea, I’ve heard some more problems.
Time for a new hard drive. In saha, 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 that message. Also from the writer of this blog No, create an account now. As we know now there was no way it could work. This may not apply.
I dont have a floppy drive to use, maybe im not adding the drivers to the CD correctly? Flaming or offending other users Illegal activities: Mail will not be a7b600 required.
Thanks a million, this is such a simple fix that would have taken forever to figure out if it were not for your entry to this blog. Advertisements or commercial links.
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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. This one tip will help you sleep a7v6000 tonight A few seconds are all you need to get a better night’s rest.
It worked for me and everything sqta fine. It’s been a few years since I built a computer, and I always have to relearn everything As a note, the Sata connectors on the motherboard where fairly dusty And they say that Linux has driver issues?! Gordon Edit; I just found something in the Seagate installation guide that may explain the difference we are seeing concerning the speed jumper.
Thursday, 9th April, at Ive never had a problem with Sata drives before and nobody else seems to be experiencing similar problems Do you mind linking the drivers you found? Please, does anyone have any idea of what I szta try next??