Unplug your existing drive. The original SATA drive my friend had also didn’t have facility to put jumpers to scale down to 1. Welcome to the Msi k9vgm-v sata OpenForum. If you’re not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. If there’s two SATA ports next to each other, these might be the best bet, or they have lables printed next to them that could be more descriptive.
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In a situation like this there are very few things it can be, because there is very little loaded yet no drivers, etc.
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I reseated all the memory chips and the problem went away. Take care when selecting a file, as satw a file that is incompatible with your operating system can impact your system operation. If there’s two SATA ports next to each other, these might be the best bet, or they have lables printed next to them that could be more descriptive.
Given the importance of backward compatibility between SATA 1.
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I have also tried the same process with “boot to HDD first” and the same problem occurs. Hi all, Have been reading through this thread with interest, and am having a very similar problem to the one mentioned.
I conclude BIOS has nothing to do with it. To test for cables, get new different ones, swap out with the old ones, and if it works your wata is solved.
Flashing your BIOS should always be a last resort. I don’t think the problem lies with the motherboard. Plugged onto a sata port on the mobo. However, since this failure occurred on two seperate new drives, I suspect you have a motherboard failure.
This site is completely free — paid for by advertisers and donations. If yes, swap the second cable and try both drives.
Shipping cost cannot be calculated. I have had the Sata HDD checked by the people I purchased it from and they say that there is nothing wrong with it so they won’t take it back. Doesn’t appear anywhere when computer booted. Seems to be something 77061 do with the new hard drive itself. For the settings, I don’t really know enough to tell you what you should put there.
It is definately a sata drive. Which obviously troubles me.
This isn’t usually a problem, controllers that do not support 3. I’ll give that a go!!
Feels like I’m going nowhere fast with this problem!! I am not talking about boot order but how BIOS sees the second drive boot order is just a part of this and how it is configured to operate as mentioned before. Good to see I’m not the only one! Had to do it through Windows-XP. I do not think that would matter.
You said you swapped SATA ports, have you swapped cables as well? Is there any way you can try it our on another SATA equiped computer?
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The original SATA drive my friend had also didn’t 701 facility to put jumpers to scale down to 1. HP – CompaqPietermaritzburg. The new sata hard drive is GB – I don’t know if this is a problem.
Win 95, Win Login to quote this blog Login Close. Seeing as we’ve both got the same motherboard, it suggests that perhaps the HDs aren’t DOA as some have suggested, as mine worked just fine for two days before displaying exactly the same symptoms.