Question about ASUS K8S-MX Motherboard
I checked with 320gb samsung, but it is not supporting
The specs for this motherboard say it has a Utra-DMA 133, and 2 SATA 3Gbs ports.
You can connect any IDE HD, and any SATA 3 or lower HD. These standards are backwards compatible. When it comes to size, there is a 2TB MBR limit.
I would skip IDE and go directly with a SATA 3 drive.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes the mother board supports SATA However if you connect large Disks to the SATA connectors they are recognized correctly with full size. So leave your 500g and less HDs on the IDE and the big ones on the SATA. you can check this link for the manual for more information ftp://ftp.chiligreen.com/Desktop/Manuals/manual_a_k8v-mx.pdf hope this helps .thanks and Godbless pls appreciate by rating as fixyaa
Posted on Oct 03, 2008
Check your jumper settings... Following link is for your hard disk ST3160021A instructions.
Good Luck :)
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
I looked up your motherboard and found some posts that suggest that the onboard VGA may be the problem you're having with Vista - using an another video card will probably allow you to install and operate Vista on your machine.
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
SOURCE: unable to load soundcard driver
You can get all the latest drivers for your asus motherboard from here:
This has the audio, video, bios and other drivers you will need for reinstalling your operating system.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
Two thing here that can be the issue.
1. Bad Sata controller onboard
2. Sata controller is disabled in the bios.
1. Purchase a independent sata controller there like $25 bucks.
2. Try going into the bios under advanced and make sure its not disabled.
I sure hope this finds your Very Helpful vote! Have a Merry Christmas and a wonderul New Year!
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
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