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Nothing comming on the pc screen

I have a asus motherboard connected to 320 gb hard drive sata when i switch on coumputer nothing comes on the screen and brand name is hitachi hard drive

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Posted on Jan 25, 2008

Re: nothing comming on the pc screen

Not proper jumper or your monitor is damage,in that case you buy a new one.

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Re: nothing comming on the pc screen

If all the fans are working including the processor and all the lights work black screen
is usually the processor is dead

hope this helps

Posted on Jan 05, 2008

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Can I put this HDD --Western Digital Caviar Blue WD5000AAKX 500GB 7200 RPM SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5" Internal Hard Drive -Bare Drive IN asus k8u-x

Yes, you can connect that hard drive to that motherboard. However, it is worth noting that the maximum transfer speed of the motherboard is only 3.0 Gb/s, so you will not be able to get the full speed from that hard drive.

They will work together when connected with the correct SATA cable.

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Switch off the mother board .
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Install again and set bios for your requirement.

If same as before . change all the cable

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ASUS K8V-MX Motherboard recognizing 320 GB SATA harddisk. Why?

It could be that your BIOS needs updating for this motherboard. Take note of your BIOS version when your computing is booting. Try hitting the Pause key to freexe the screen, but if no luck go into BIOS and see if the BIOS version is listed. You typically get in BIOS by hitting the "Delete' key on your keyboard when the computer starts up and the first bunch of words appear in white characters (might be a light grey)
Go here:
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I'm wondering if my ASUS K8V-X motherboard will support a 320 GB SATA hard drive.

Check is there ports available for connect SATA HDD. If yes it will support .


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It seems you have not made the second SATA the slave of first SATA. You'll have to fix the jumper pin in the designated slot to make the second SATA the slave. a1d66e3.jpg

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Dear Sir I want to upgrade my hard disk to SATA 320 GB or SATA 250 GB. But my Motherboard is Intel Corporation D845GVSR and Bios Version is VA84510A.86A.0030.0402160229 System Bus Speed is 533 MHz Sys

No, don't use a convertor. Please buy a SATA PCI addon card.
like this

the above card will do alot better job than a converter, if you don't have sata and you don't have room for the card then its best that you buy IDE drive which 250GB or more.

thanks and good luck.

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Hello there.

I checked the specifications on your motherboard from here .

As you can see it does indeed support SATA Hard Drives, as per the page:

SATA Four-Channel Serial ATA supports 4 SATA II devices

Each SATA hard drive uses up 1 of the channels, so you can use a total of 4 SATA drives at once.

Hope this helps.

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