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I'd say re-install the chipset drivers. That's what controls the SATA controller
Posted on Apr 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have a board with 4 SATA ports on it and a SATA HDD. The hardware detection routines will see this and load the SATA drivers. Why would you even want to try to set it up without them?
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
SOURCE: i have k8-upgrade-NF3. I tried
you need to change the BIOS setup. Go to the booting menu change the arrangement of your hardware.
1.Primary Disk (Hard disk) 2.CD/DVD ROM 3. Floppy 4.others
then save and exit. Your PC will reboot and MUST detect first your hard drive to proceed to your desktop..
I hope it will help you..
Posted on May 21, 2011
The Intel DG31PR motherboard uses an Intel G31 motherboard chipset;
A) Intel 82G31 - Northbridge chip
B) Intel 82801GB (ICH7) - Southbridge chip
Scroll down to the subheading - G31 in the left column.
The Southbridge chip controls the SATA bus.
The SATA bus uses SATA technology, that operates UP TO 3Gbps.
3 Gigabits per second.
The SATA 3.0 technology operates at 6Gbps.
6 Gigabits per second.
SATA revisions were made to be both Backward Compatible, and Forward Compatible.
However it depends on the manufacturer of the harddrive, as to how to switch it,
The answer is yes.
You will not get the full capability of the SATA 3.0 technology, however.
The harddrive will be operating at the SATA 1.5 technology.
[ Here is the Technical Product Specifications for the Intel DG31PR motherboard,
Click on in blue -
Intel Desktop Board DG31PR Technical Product Specification [PDF]
Page 10 - Peripheral Interfaces
- Four Serial ATA (3Gbps) interfaces -
Posted on Aug 02, 2012
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