Question about Biostar K8M800-M7A Motherboard
For weeks i have been making reconfiguration with my bios just to be able for my usb to detect my protable hard drive. just recently i have found out the main problem, since i tried another pc, i only reconfigure the usb settings inorder for the mother board to give enough power that able the gadget to be detect.
my question is.... "How or where do i find this setting where i can give mor power to my usb inorder for my Portable hard drive be detected."
hope you can help me with my problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need the manual to your motherboard to set it up in the BIOS. http://www.biostar-usa.com/docsmain.asp In the drop down menu select M7NCD ULTRA. I hope this helps. Let me know.
Posted on Jun 30, 2007
You would need to make a floppy disk with the sata drivers on them for windows to use during the installation so it can recognise the drive... assuming you don't have memory problems that is...
Posted on Jul 03, 2007
The bios upgrade procedure stopped at half , leaving the bios corrupted. The computer now cannot do a regular boot procedure, this is the reason why it cannot recognise some device. If you are still able to boot from floppy, you can restart bios upgrade procedure from floppy. Just download floppy version upgrade and re do setup. Even if you do not find latest bios version, just download a floppy upgrade that is working, so that you can restart your machine regularly , and then do the update to latest version.
If you are not able to complete the bios setup, the only way to fix your motherboard will be flashing the CMOS chipset with a chip programmer device that will reinstall bios straight into cmos chipset.
You can have this done at the service point, in this case consider also replacing your motherboard.
Posted on Apr 03, 2008
SOURCE: sata hdd not detected
Yes, go into the bios and make sure that SATA is turned on. Sometimes with motherboards that have two ide controllers the SATA is turned off by default. Also another thing to check is whether the motherboard is SATA I or SATA II. If it is SATA I then change the jumper on the hard drive to peg back to SATA I. Your new hard drive is SATA II and the motherboard may not support it.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
hi.. have some idea on that... when you try to format your computer.. pls make the SATA as "first boot" or "second boot" then try to boot again your computer.. thank you very much...
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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