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I have a new P5E3 Premium WiFi-AP MB. I have fitted one new 500Gb SAT drive to SATA1 connector I am trying to load Windows XP Pro, but each time I try, I get STOP 0000007B message. I know the drive is OK as I have partitioned and formatted it using Disk Genius from PCbeginner bootable CD. I have the SATA configuration set to IDE compatible within the BIOS. I have tried adding drivers to Windows set-up thru the F6 function, but I don't know which driver would be needed. Since I only have one disk, I am not using the RAID function. The CPU is a 2.8G P4.

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  • raymond_fren Dec 31, 2008

    Within the BIOS there is a SATA configuration which can eb set to Disabled,Compatible or Enhanced AND there is a Configure SATA as IDE, RAID or AHCI. RAID is inappropriate for a single drive and I don't know what AHCI means

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Why do you have your SATA configuration set to IDE compatible if you're using an SATA drive? You only need to do that if you have an IDE drive in the system in most case. Try setting your BIOS to failsafe mode and see what happens.

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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    Dick Dec 31, 2008

    Go into your BIOS and as you exit, select "Load Setup Defaults". That is how your go back to failsafe mode.

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