Hi, I am unable to detect a new 250 GB SATA Seagte harddisk on my P4 PC, D845GLLY motherboard, I have attached the SATA hardisk to motherboard through a IDE to SATA convertor. (I am able to detect 40 GB PATA hard disk.) Please help me debug the problem
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Pc saya mengunakan Motherboard P5KPL-AM SE dengan prosesor intel Core 2
Duo 2,8 GHz, Memori VGEN 2 GB PC 5300, harddisk seagate SATA 250 GB
7200 RPM Pc saya tidak bisa boting dan setiap dinyalakan, 15 detik kemudian mati. saya juga tidak bisa masuk ke layar bios.
Your P4VM800 won't detect a SATA II (3 GB/s) drive, only a SATA I (1.5 GB/s). You basically have 2 options: 1. if you have a friend or colleague with a machine that supports SATA II, install the disk in that machine and us the manufacturer's utility to set the SATA to 1.5 GB/s (Seagate/Maxtor disks, but only these do have a jumper to do the job but SATA is in other respects jumperless). Then you can reinstall the disk in your machine.
2. Buy a host adapter card for SATA II and install it in a free slot in your machine - but may be better to put the money towards a new motherboard.
Hello all. I have the same issue. My MB is 845G [P4 2.4 Ghz] and SATA harddisk I need to install is Seagate 250 GB Baracuda with 3.0Gb/s interface, I belive which makes this HD as SATA II. So for this motherboard should I prefer PCI cards which support SATA II over the supports SATA I [these are cheaper].
Check the SATA/RAID controller setting.
It could have been set to [Disabled]
Refer to your user?s manual for a detailed description on how to enable the onboard SATA/RAID controller by adjusting the jumper or BIOS settings.