Question about Mercury P4VM800M7 Motherboard
Sometime there are an option in the BIOS setting to boot directly on HDD when there are a OS installed try to invert primary and secondary controller (invert HDD and CD-ROM wire on the motherboard)
Posted on Nov 29, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You almost certainly have a virus.. these problems are usually caused
by 'rootkit' virus. .these are virus's that your standard virus S/W
Download 'Unhackme' (google it) and install it.. Unhackme will get the virus BEFORE Windows loads.. it needs to be trained.. so follow the simple instructions as it can't alwyas tell the difference between a legit file and a dud.. it will fix your problem and make your system go faster too!
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
Make sure your SATA drive is connected to SATA port 1 which is the bottom port. Double check both the data cable & power cable. The data cable only connects one way at the board & at the drive. Same for the power cable. Your SATA drive must be listed in the bios menu & you must list the SATA drive with-in the boot order. If your cabling is all correct & you still do not see the SATA drive in the bios menu than the onboard SATA controller is defective. This can not be repaired because it is integrated into the board. It will not hurt to clear the cmos. See page 15 in your manual. Your board can only run SATA 1.0 = 150MBs. If your Seagate is pinned for SATA II = 300MBs, change the jumper on the drive. (This may or may not work). See if the bios list the drive.
One other option, you can buy a PCI SATA controller.
Here are a few; http://www.google.com/products?q=Promise+pci+sata+I+controller&btnG=Search+Products&hl=en&show=dd
Link to Mercury P4VM800M7; http://www.mercury-pc.com/product-detail.php?link=p-mainboards&subtitle=Mainboard&productid=644#
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Posted on Dec 11, 2008
Could be a problem with SATA drivers. Just try to disable sata support by entering bios setup if applicable.
Find the drivers for sata device and install
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
The first way to solve your problem is to make recovery of your operating system using your operating system cd.
There you can use a variety of ways to make the recovery cd with the operating system which is the operating system patch(Reinstall windows) or you can use the command promp
fixboot and chkdsk / r on the menu on the cd repair the operating system. (If you already started to boot up from CD, this menu will appear)
If there is no other way you had to reformat the computer to solve problems.
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
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