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Mother board problem

Hai, iam rajesh i have gigabyte mother board with model no-7VM333M-RZ my MB shows wrong model no of my hdd for (ex:iam using seagate hdd model-ST38011A but it showing as RT83001@)

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Need more info. ? have you tred other drivs. ?

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I am getting a hard disk error message called " relocating allocation" unit while i am formatting my hard disk with win 98se

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Thats when your boot sector got virus.

try to FDISK the drive or use any utility for That purpose.

new partition will create new boot sector (allocation tables).

Best of LUCK.

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Will gigabyte 7VM333M-RZ support 1 gb ddr2 ram ? thanks in advance for your answer

this information is from Gigabyte web site
  • DDR 333 (PC2700) / DDR 266 (PC2100) / DDR 200 (PC1600) 184pin
  • 2 x DIMM slots up to 2GB

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I have problem in buffering of Gigabyte GA-7VM333M-RZ Motherboard

We need to get in touch with the fabricator of the Mther Board (MB). Computer name, model number and MB ID, plus a detaled description of what was going on when the failure occured. The location of the MB ID is expected to be in between the white PCI sockets. The lettering is so profound that you cannot miss it. If they have moved it, you will find it around the upper right corner of the mother board, around the RAM memory sockets. Once we have all the info. we need you will see us moving rapidly. We thank you very much for considering our service...
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Jun 05, 2009 | Gigabyte 7VM333M-RZ (GA-7VM333M-RZ)...

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Hard disk installation

Bummer I couldn't even find that MB on Gigabyte's site, however a more to the point question for you would be: Are you going to use a XP operating system? If yes than down load the drive's Mfg disk software. Usally you can than creat a boot disk to setup your drive. Pay attention to the jumper settings listed on the drive. If its a PATA drive = serial ATA-133/66/33 you will need to set the jumper for a master or slave or master with a slave. If its a SATA and your board supports SATA II you will need to remove the jumper to allow up 3.0gig transfer rates. If your board does not support SATA II than leave the jumper on. If your board does not support SATA I = 1.5gig tranfer rate, than you can not use this in your system.

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