Question about Abit IN9 32X-MAX Motherboard
I've got 3 Samsung HD501LJ, an Intel Core 2 Duo 67800 SL92F Costa Rica and a EVGA 8800 GTS overclocked
When I boot the System, most of the time the BIOS can't find some or sometimes any of the HD and it sounds as if the HD is broken.
After several attempts,it works without problems, but the next time I boot it starts all over again!
Okay, you're troubleshooting an overclocked system. First thing you do
is remove the overclocked settings. Does the problem go away?
Disconnect one of the drives and try again. Does the problem go away?
Disconnect another drive, reconnect the first one. Does the problem go away?
You must narrow down your possibilities, right now it could be any number of things wrong. Post back here with the results of your testing.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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