Bought Biostar PC kit that came with a WD 160 GB SATA TSD -1600AAJS SY package with a 1600AAJS inside. Is the SY the difference between a 40 pin plug and a 22 pin plug? Just want to satisfy curiosity, because I will not touch a SATA with a ten foot pole. Compusa passed me to Tiger Direct which tried to sell me a Seagate with the same plug as yours. There was a really nice picture of the back of it. That is now a requirement. A clear picture of the plugs before I buy. Proper shipping is about $12 per return.
Biostar says IDE or SATA will work. They recommend 80 pin cables which fit the same plug because they are only different inside. I will believe it when it cut one apart and count it wire by wire. They do not have enough self confidence in their own abilities to state in print a make and model that will fit.
Here's what I know. The Biostar does not have an optical drive plug on the motherboard. It slaves off the hard drive. Even if there is a 40 to 22 to 40 adapter cable, I will not believe you. I pulled the hard drive out of my old HP Pavilion with Celeron R and the Maxtor Fireball 3 ATA/133 HDD snaps right in, and although slower than spec, I think it might push this pigboat. But, I do not want to to part with it because I still intend to beat on the HP with a hammer until it works. The hammer is supposed to be the Biostar.
Surprise, surprise (imagine Gomer Pyle voice. Ever seen Gomer Pyle? If not never mind.), I have found the spec sheet and Biostar says Hard Drive types - UDMA/33 or 133 or 100 or 66.
Okay, on to Fry's now to see if they know anything. Bye now.
P.S. Remember, no SATA. SATA can bite my ***.
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The first thing that I would do is check the MoBo's website and find a RAM compatibilty chart. Make sure that you Mobo doesnt have any know issues with your particular RAM. You may also check the RAM's website and look for compatible RAM for your MOBO. Rule this out first. The Sata F6 thing depends on the MOBO I think that most of the time you do have to f6 the drivers however on my ASUS this was not necsessay. My cut at this would be to take everything out of your system except for the few components that it requires to boot up and load the OS. RAM, Video Card, CD ROM, maybe the Floppy. Reformat your HD so that you can start over clean. Make sure that you have each cable plugged into the mobo correctly as well as the component. Reformat, then reload the OS. Start to load the system drivers one at the time rebooting after each is loaded. Pay attention to what you did last if the problem shows up again. This will probably point you to the issue. If every thing installs correctly without any problems then start putting the other hardware in one piece at the time loading the drivers andsoftware for each component then rebooting and ruung some stress test before moving to the next component.
I would flash the BIOS, sounds like something is corrupted, if that doesn't work then the blame has to be the HDD, you need to try booting with a different one, maybe a PATA too see if your problem goes away or changes. Any PATA will do, this is only a test. http://www.biostar.com.tw/app/en-us/mb/bios.php?S_ID=348
Another SATA would even be better. Good luck.
Hi, What you have to do is shut down the machine, pull the CMOS battery(CR2032) out and out and put your jumper on pins 1-2 from 2-3. Wait 30 seconds and put the battery back in. After installing the battery, put your jumper back to pins 2-3 from 1-2. This should work.
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.
it's a common problem of gf7100p-m7s series. Its depend on ur operating system. beoz many operating systems have their own audio drivers like windows vista. If u r using windows vista don't install audio drivers from ur motherboard disk. becoz i had faced this problem some months ago. if this is not hardware relative problem, u can see ur sound will work fine.