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User's manual Please advice where to find mother board's user's manual. I need to change hard drive to SATA drive. want to know what jumpers are required to be changed. thank you zouz626@hotmail.com

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  • zouz Jan 12, 2008

    thank you very much for your help but the thing is it didn't work. I did reset cmos and everything else I could think of. any more hints or tricks.

  • zouz Jan 12, 2008

    ok, the original hard drive W/D EIDE quit working and since motherboard accepts SATA drives I decided to replace it with one. I hooked it up wired it like it supposed to but when I turn the PC on and go into the bios to see that it detects the new drive it doesn't detect it. the new hard drive came with a cd and I follow the steps until it asks me to select the proper drive icon but it won't because it faded due to undetection of drive. The cables only attach one way and I am very careful with such things. my last resort is to return the drive to the vendor and get a new one. but I don't think it is a bad drive because even if it was it would say bad disk........etc. this one doesn't even get detected.

    the motherboard is KT6V-LSR (601-7021-020)

    THANK YOU

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You shouldn't have to change any jumpers. The only jumper I see is to reset the bios.

Posted on Jan 10, 2008

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    brian c Jan 12, 2008

    Can you tell me exactly what you're trying to do?

    Are you doing a fresh install, etc?

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