Question about ASUS P5N32-SLI Deluxe Motherboard
It seems that my HDD problem was actually to do with the SATA socket.
No matter which device i plug into my First SATA socket it isn't shown, recognized. This means that due to my RAID 0 array, i cannot start windows. THat explains the "Missing OS" problem from before.
What i am asking: Is it possible to replace the SATA socket or do i need to replace entire motherboard, which i really don't want to do.
If you also have IDE connectors, you can buy an IDE to SATA adapter and disable the SATA in your BIOS. Ron.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
There is no way to replace any single component integrated on a motherboard. Sorry, but you are going to have to replace the entire motherboard.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
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make sure that the HDD IDE cable is plugged in properly on both ends. It is a
40 pin female cord which should be seated on IDE channel 1 on the motherboard.
2) Make sure that all the CD/DVD drives are on IDE 2 or on SATA
3) Make sure taht the Jumper setting on the back of the HDD is set to MASTER
4) Login to bios and make see if you can find the HDD from the IDE drives menu. I am sure you will. From Boot menu select the NATIVE mode that will activate both the SATA and the IDE channels. Select HDD as second boot device.
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