MB Foxconn 661M03-G (s. 478) problems with IDE/ATAPI controllers
Hi there, I want to ask you for help guys :) I have 2 HDDs, and both are working in UDMA2 (Ultra ATA 33) mode. The speed of system is very slow - it should have work in UDMA5 (Ultra ATA 100/133) mode, but it is not. I do not have an installation CD, so I can not install IDE drivers. Can someone help me please?
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One bad/faulty lead can cause a computer with lots of problems replace all the leads that attach to your hard drive including electrical extensions + IDE,SATAthe ones that attach from your motherboard to hard drive make sure all leads that are attached to your drives dvd\cd 3 1/2 inch floppy have secure connections and are not faulty or just replace them they are probably old and faulty ? hope this helps
well...ASUS P4S533MX- Intel socket 478 allow maximum processor upgrade from 3.2 GHz upto to 4.2 GHz. for upgrade the Radeon 9250, 128 Mb DDR 64-bit ....whole moherboard along with new processor has to be replaced. an expensive deal.. better to buy new motherboard+compatible processor of ur choicce
The board has 4 SATA ports and one IDE port. Therefore, assuming that you also want to connect a CD/DVD drive, you should be able to add another two SATA HDDs. You may need to get a SATA power adapter (splitter) cable, if no no more unused SATA power cables are available. Also make sure that your power supply is not already "at the limit"...
try this first. (If I am understanding you correctly).
Power on the PC, press the Delete key every two seconds untill the boot menu loads. Go to the title, Boot. Set you're boot device's in the correct order. They should be listed as follows.
1st Boot device Floppy drive. (If a floppy drive is connected).
2nd Boot device CD-ROM/DVD drive.
3rd Boot device Hard drive.
(If you're CD-ROM drive is not listed in the bios main menu, than you're CD-ROM drive is not connected correctly). Please check the CD-ROM data cable is firmly & correctly connected), also check the power cable is firmly connected). If you are using more than one CD/DVD-ROM drive on the same data cable, check that you are listing the correct CD/DVD drive in the boot order. To change the drive's order while in the Boot menu, see page 34 in you're manual.
If the above does not address you're problem, please describe the issue/problem again.
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Can you find the manufacturer name for your audio? if yes then goto the manufacturer's site and see any link like support/downloads..etc. And make a downlaod for your model.
Other wise goto your motherboard manufacturer's site, see specification for your model and try to findout the manufacturer's names for audio embeded on your motherboard. The audio driver for your might be avail at the motherboard manufacturer's site.
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