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Not any detect sata new device

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SOFTWARE THAT CAME WITH THE NEW HARD DRIVE.

GO BACK WHERE BOUGHT IT AND ASK QUESTION,

GO TO WEB SITE OF THE HD MANUFACTURE

GIVE ME THE MANIFACTURE NAME AND I GIVE YOU ADDRESS MYSELF.

IF I HAVE IT

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I got a new SATA 500gb HDD but the motherboard wont detect it.


Access to your Bios Setup & configure the Bios settings.

Features Setup Page : This page sets up some parameters for peripheral devices connected to the system.

CMOS SETUP UTILITY - Copyright (C) 1985-2003, American Megatrends, Inc.
Features Setup
OnBoard Floppy Controller : Enabled
Serial Port1 Address 3F8/IRQ4 : Enabled
OnBoard IR Port : Disabled
Parallel Port Address : 378
Parrllel Port Mode : ECP
ECP Mode DMA Chnnel : DMA3
Parallel Port IRQ : IRQ7
OnBoard PCI IDE Controller : Both
OnBoard SATA-IDE
: Enabled *(Make sure This is enabled)
Audio Device : Enabled
Modem Device : Auto
Ethernet Device : Enabled

If you have got a SATA III HDD, ie if it is a Western Digital Sata III you need to configure the jumpers to work with your older Sata interface port.(Only Sata 1 & 2 ports on your Mainboard Socket 478). As for Seagate Sata III HDD, the configuration is automatic.

If your 500GD HDD is not detected, try updating the BIOS!
A word of caution "Updating the Bios is not for the Novice" Do it at your own risk. Failure in updating the Bios may render your Mainboard useless.

Hope it helps.

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You must install the device drivers for SATA to work correctly. They are normally installed when pressing the f5 button during a new system installation.

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For the two devices connected via the one ribbon-cable,
set the jumpers on one device to the MA(ster) setting,
and set the other device to the SL(ave) setting.

Or, set both devices on the one cable to the C(able)S(elect) setting.

When properly set, both devices will be quickly and properly detected.

Be sure that your BIOS SETUP has been configured to allow SATA devices,
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try to use another SATA drive in this machine...if this new HD is detected by this machine...
try connect the old HD on another machine....if it cannot be read there...also.... then i am sorry the HD is OUT/dead....

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OR
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brohter you should chek you r hardisk and then check ram GOD WILLING YOUR PROBLEM WILL BE RIGHT IM RIAZ AHMED BROHI FROM PAKISTAN PLEASE EMAIL riazbrohi@gmail.com

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3GB Sata driver? i dident know there existed so smal drivers
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Go to MSI site:
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