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Msi motherboard Hi I have a NEW MSI K9MMV motherboard 1 gb ram etc. Now when I cable up the hard drive as master and cd rom drive as slave (IDE H DRIVE) nothing happens. If I just power both devises up without the IDE cables everything works fine,....they power up BUT once I connect the cables nothing happens. Also there is no signal going to the screen from the on board VGA. Does anyone have any idea whats up with it ? thanks Kieran

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  • Anonymous Nov 19, 2007

    I have also a problem with this mobo! I can not connect two cd rom drives together in ide (master and slave) If I do this the pc doesnot boot at all!
    I can connect Only one cd drive
    HELP PLEASE

  • mickthefence Nov 21, 2007

    Hi Thanks for this, how do I do i install the agp card before powering up the motherboard ?



    thanks



    kieran

  • mickthefence Nov 22, 2007

    Sorry guys maybe I;m missing something here but how can I access the Bios cmos when there is no signal to the screen. As stated when I cable both HSS and CD Drive nothing happens. The CD drive wont even open



    any help would be greatly appreciated



    kieran

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I have faced the same pbm and i solved it , if u r using two ide drives, thats msi having one ide port, so change the cable ie blueside in to ide cd drive and remaining to hdd it will works,

Posted on Nov 25, 2007

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I had the same problem. Do you have an AGP card installed. If you follow the instructions given with the board they want you to install your AGP card before you power up the MB and install any drivers. It appears that this prevents the VGA drivers to load properly.I had to go into CMOS and disable my AGP settings than remove the AGP card. This allowed the MB VGA output to operate. I than reinstalled all drivers.

Also you can only drive 2 IDE devices with this MB. That limits you to 1 hard drive and 1 cd/dvd drive. A PCI drive card help.

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Try using the cd rom on the second cable as a master.
Let me know whats up

Posted on Nov 16, 2007

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    Thomas Christopher Nov 22, 2007

    1. Delete old drivers.

    2. Shut down Windows.

    3. Restart PC.

    4. Go into BIOS.

    5. Change video from PCI to AGP.

    6. Shut down PC.

    7. Install the card.

    8. Restart windows.

    9 Windows will try to install its drivers.(Dont).

    10.Close install windows.

    11 Put cd in cd drive.

    12.Follow prompts.

  • Thomas Christopher
    Thomas Christopher Nov 22, 2007

    This is a sata board.

    any hard drive you put on it should be sata.

    That means that there is only room for 2 ide devices.

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SOURCE: Front Panel Connection Problem

if you look at the PDF file here:
ftp://download.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d845hv/A6513601.pdf
On page 68 you can see it more clearly. Just enlarge the file.
do you know the make and model of the case?

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SOURCE: Connecting an IDE HDD to a SATA port using an IDE to SATA converter

Not complete product...need to buy additional adapter for IDE to SATA power source.
IDE drive will have to have the power source hooked up as well as the adaptor hooked up.
Installing the adaptor only will not work. Your computer should have the 4 pin plug for the power to the IDE drive, other wise you will have to buy another adaptor.

Posted on Mar 23, 2008

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SOURCE: computer won't run windows and come up with a trap-handler error

on the IDE Port, set the jumpers to the hard drives/cdrom on CS(Cable Select) this lets the BIOS and the ribbon cable decide which is primary (Master) and which is secondary (Slave) on that IDE cable. if they were configured wrong you would get an error.

If the IDE channel is no good, try switching the primary and secondary IDE ribbon cables.

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