I cant able to paly games like farcry 2 in my sata hd,iam having one more 80gb samsung ide hard disc,the game is working very smooth in that hard disc,if i try it in my sata the system will get stuck and if try to restart the system,win xp will get crash,saying that some file missing is there and have to reinstall xp.the same things is happened for some software also...please help me.i used norton partation magic for creating the partions
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Re: cant play certain games in my sata hd 160gb.
I suppose Hardisk has no problem if its sata or IDE ,games will mostly be Graphics and Processor oriented and also to do with the RAM. Should be some other problem . give me more specific problem you face.
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Use Disk Wizard. No 3rd party tools are required at all.
Scenario: 1 Pipeline SATA. 1 Barracuda SATA. 1 IDE drive with current OS. Is this correct? Just treat the Pipeline from the DVR as an extra drive by formatting it, and moving the files over. You then can remove the IDE and Pipeline for peace of mind, but the OS advance setup should give the option of all three drives for install destination.
Leaving the IDE drive should not affect your resources.
SATA HARD DRIVE ? XP INSTALLATION The problem is that XP installation CD does not have a SATA driver, unless you have a SATA drive on a disk etc. and can install the driver when XP asks for a hard drive driver then, XP cannot detect the hard disk and therefore won't install XP. The FIX. Go into the BIOS and disable the SATA drive (enable IDE emulation), this will make XP think it is a IDE/PATA hard disk. Then you can install XP normally. When Windows has been installed then install all the device drivers (including the SATA driver), then shut down and boot up and got into the BIOS and enable the SATA drive. If enabling the SATA in the BIOS does not allow the computer to boot up with SATA hard drive then change the BIOS back to what it was previously.
OK, firstly you will need to understand that although the 80GB hard drive had a smaller storage capacity than the 160Gb drive, the rotational speed of the hard drive is of most importance when it comes to the experience rating in windows.
For instance, if the 80GB hard drive had a speed of 7200RPM, and the 160GB hard drive has a speed of 5400RPM, the smaller drive will have a better experience rating.
This is the main issue regarding the performance of the drive.
Hope this can answer your question.
Feel free to let me know if you need any further questions.
One bad/faulty lead can cause a computer with lots of problems replace all the leads that attach to your hard drive including electrical extensions + IDE,SATAthe ones that attach from your motherboard to hard drive make sure all leads that are attached to your drives dvd\cd 3 1/2 inch floppy have secure connections and are not faulty or just replace them they are probably old and faulty ? hope this helps
To install Windows XP on SATA or advanced IDE hard drive, you will need to insert a driver diskette at the time of starting the installation process and pressing "F6". For more details visit the link below:
- sata has no master
- i presume u want the OS on the ide drive, and not just that the ide
drive to have "C" assigned to it! So : 1 - U can copy the data form the ide
to the sata, and then reinstall the OS on the ide (note: the OS will
start up a bit slower do to the slower ide drive !!!) and so it will
become the C drive ! And u can assign to the sata what ever letter u
2- if u don't want to reinstall the os u can do a copy of the os and
put it on the ide drive(not just copy the files !! it will not
work!!!). U cold use clonezilla for example... But probably the first method wold be safer ....
well, you must provide more information, for example WHAT MESSAGE you are gettin in that windows installation.
Things I need to know: 1. Are u installing WinXP for the firs time? 2. Are u using a NEW HD? 3. Is that HD SATA type? or SATA2? 4. do you know what partition and formatting is?
I will help you if you provide me that information. For now I will assume the following and tell you what to do in that supposed case:
you get a message that tells you tha you have no Hard Disk or that system cannot detect any HDs... If thats so and you are using a SATA Hard Disk it surely means that your motherboard does not offer automatic driving for SATA so you will need to load the driver for that SATA HD from a CD or a Floppy that must come with your motherboard... I you dont have this you can download the driver from Internet... If your HD is IDE, NON SATA you have a different problem so Please let me know, I will be waiting for more precise information.