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Ide not work

Secondary ide for p4s8x-mx not work

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    Ebrahim Metwly Sep 09, 2008

    i already did all of these i want to know any circuit or ic responsable about work this port to change it

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There may be some problem in the ide cable just change the ide cable and try once .. you can check it by going to BIOS whether after replacing the ide cable the device detects or not ..

if you persist same problem then there may be some problem in the secondary IDE port(may be some pin might have broken or some short circuit might have occured have a check) just take your motherboard to the motherboard technician if so ...

Posted on Sep 08, 2008

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Sep 05, 2008 | ASUS P4S8X-MX Motherboard

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Aug 16, 2008 | ASUS P4S8X-MX Motherboard

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ASUS P4S800-MX


Hi menorpro,
Asus warrants their boards for three years. The average motherboard Co. warranties go for 1 year. The only other Co. that warrants longer is Foxconn. (Lifetime).
I doubt you will find a working P4S800-MX being I couldn't find P4S8X-MX board, (This board is newer).
First bios rev. 03-18-2005 for the P4S8X-MX MB. Yes you will need to reinstall windows. (It's not that big of a deal). Fact upgrading to a faster chipset means speeding up the over all system. While running the same hardware. So no I do not agree with you're tech. If you list all you're parts being used on the P4S800-MX board I'll see what other boards will support you're devices.
Memory, (Max speed MHz, DDR or SDR, how many DIMMS using).
Hard disk drive, (IDE, Model Mfg, size).
Video if any, CPU information
Here are a couple new boards you might want to consider.
These should support all you're devices.
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/category/category_slc.asp?CatId=182&name=478-Motherboard
Tiger can warrant the board for 1 year after the Mfg's 1 yr warranty for a price. Or you can go for the 2 yrs additional warranty.
The Biostar P4M80M4 Via Socket 478 MicroATX Motherboard.
Should support all you're devices.

The Biostar P4M900-M4 Motherboard - VIA P4M900, Socket 478 MB is real close to newer standards. DDR2 memory & PCI-Express video & STAT drives.

It's getting harder by the month to find a board to support older devices. Some sites charge more because people do not want to change out their devices. Sooner or later we all have to change. Best we can hope for is the later...

Good Luck menorpro!
Mike




Jul 06, 2008 | ASUS P4S800-MX Motherboard

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Pedro -

I'll assume each of these is an IDE device, meaning each has a wide connector versus a narrow SATA connector commonly found on newer hard drives.

Your motherboard should have two IDE channels, labeled IDE 1 and IDE 2, Primary IDE and Secondary IDE, or something similar. Each IDE channel can support two devices.

For best performance between the drives, you will want to have the Hard Drive connected as Master(Drive 0) on the Primary IDE channel; The CDROM should be connected as Slave(Drive 1) on the Primary IDE channel. Connect the DVDROM as Master(Drive 0) on the Secondary IDE channel, and the ZIP Drive as Slave on the Secondary IDE channel.

When connecting the drives, make sure you set the jumpers correctly; Both the Hard Drive and the DVDROM should have their jumpers set to Master, the CDROM and Zip drives should have their jumpers set to Slave. An alternative is to set the jumpers for every drive to Cable Select(CS), allowing the physical connection of each drive to determine whether its a Master or Slave device.

*Note*
If your Hard Drive is a SATA device, connect it to the '0' or '1' SATA connector on the motherboard. Have the DVDROM set up by itsself as Master on the primary IDE channel, the CDROM as Master on the Secondary IDE channel, and the ZIP as Slave on the Secondary IDE channel.

Hope this helps!
-thinstatic

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