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New sata hard drive fitted, now says no audio deviec ,so no sound

Had a new sata hard drive fitted, now the computer says no audio device so now no sound

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If you just added the sata and reformatted the drive with a new copy of the Operating System you will need to reload the sound drivers located at MSI's web site in there drivers and download section.

Posted on May 22, 2009

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    Steven May 22, 2009

    If you just added the sata and reformatted the drive with a new copy of the Operating System you will need to reload the sound drivers located at MSI's web site in there drivers and download section.

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No boot device available means the boot device hard drive on your system has no bootable operating system installed on it, or it is faulty. In the BIOS setup program, does the computer recognize the hard drive you installed, and is it included in the boot device list? If you installed a new hard drive because of a failure of the C: drive, the new hard disk does not come with an operating system. You have to install that on the new hard drive from the manufacturer's system restore disks. SATA channels 1 and 2 are just the connections on the motherboard for devices, and usually have a hard drive on one connection and a cd rom drive on the other. Giving the model and manufacturer of your computer might provide more clues.

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If you want to put a 3.5" drive in a desktop system, you need a SATA drive power connector from the power supply, a SATA data cable, and a SATA port on the motherboard or an expansion card. (note that you will probably not be able to boot from this drive if it is connected through an expansion card unless your computer's BIOS supports booting from a PCI device). It's also highly desirable to have an empty drive bay in which to to mount the unit.

If the hard drive has a 2.5" form factor (2.5" wide), and it is to go into a laptop, you will need the 2.5" hard drive adapter for your particular laptop (many manufacturers have a special cable or adapter for hard drives, although they should all fit the SATA interface. However, if your laptop is an older model designed for PATA IDE drives, the STAT drive will not be compatible.

To put a 2.5" SATA drive in a desktop computer, you need an adapter kit. This includes a 2.5" - 3.5" drive mounting bracket adapter and a cable adapter connector for 3.5" drive connections as described in the second paragraph above. Many computer parts merchants carry these.

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http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/dim2400/en/sm_en/specs.htm

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How to install sata harddisk


With Serial ATA technology quickly replaince IDE/ATA as the new standard in hard disks, more and more computer users will need to know how to install SATA hard drives. The process of installing a SATA hard drive is similar to installing an IDE hard drive, except a bit simpler. Follow the directions in this article to learn how to install a new SATA hard drive.

1.Detemine whether or not your hard drive supports SATA. SATA technology was not introduced into the market until after 2002, so any consumer PC before that will not support a SATA hard drive. To find out whether or not a SATA hard drive can be installed into your motherboard, you can review the manual that came with your computer, or you can contact your computer's manufacturer. If you have already purchased a SATA hard drive, but have your motherboard does not support SATA technology, you will not be able to use your new hard disk.

2.Power down your computer and remove any peripherals or connections. Ground yourself either by wearing an anti-static wrist strap, or by touching a piece of unpainted metal. Remove your computer's case.

3.Locate your hard drive bay. Your hard drive bay should be located beneath your CD/DVD drive.

4.Locate the SATA data cables on your motherboard. Review the image to the left to get an idea of how your SATA slots may look (not all motherboards look the same). The small, red connections on the bottom-left of the motherboard are your SATA connections.


5.Take your SATA data cables (the red, smaller cable pictured left) and plug the one end into the motherboard. Insert the data cable into the lowest numbered slot (i.e. 0, 1).

6.Next, you will want to locate your computer's power cable. Some computers will already have a SATA-compatible power cable available, but others may not. If your computer does not have a SATA-compatible power cable, you will need to buy an adapter. As in the picture above, it will have one white end and one black end. Plug the white end of the adapter into the white end of the power cable in your computer. It should look identical to the one in the picture.

7.Connect the data and power cables to the back of your hard drive. The larger cable goes in the larger slot, whereas the smaller cable goes in the smaller slot. If they do not fit at first, simply turn them around and try again.

8.Slide your hard drive into the drive bay. You will want to make sure that the part of your hard drive with the connections on the back is facing outwards. Then, taking a screwdriver, line up the holes in the bay with the holes in your hard drive and screw the SATA hard disk into place.

9.Power on the computer. If you have installed two SATA drives, unlike with IDE, you should not have to designate them as master or slave (both will be independent drives). If your computer is not reading your new hard drive, power down the computer and check all connections, making sure they are secure.

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Is it a "new" drive, or a drive that you have been using for a long time, i.e., it could have failed.

Turn the computer off.
Disconnect the AC power-cord.
Check that the "data" cable between the SATA drive and the motherboard is tightly connected at both ends.
Check that the "power" cable into the SATA drive is tightly connected.
Restart your computer, and enter BIOS SETUP.
Be sure that the BIOS-search for SATA devices is "enabled".

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Just buy a new SATA HD of what ever capacity fits your budget. Keep the old one as it works with your setup. There is no point causing extra work for yourself.

Power off the computer. Conenct Power to the drive and a SATA cable to the new drive (should be supplied with it) and the motherboard. Power on the computer and then format the new drive. The drive letter will be assigned by the Operating System. Once completed you have a new drive to use.

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Here is the link to the acer sound driver ... install this and let me know if this corrects the issue ..click the link below

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