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Hdd Hell PC expersts, i have a little problem, i bought a new HDD, Western Digital "WD3200AAKS" I know that my Mother board supports the SATA, on the HDD is amblem- "Serial-ATA". when i Install my hardware into the PC and when i turn off the pc, the bios says that the bios cannot indentify the new hardware... pls halp me.

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  • Giedrius Feb 09, 2008

    I am not a very good computerist you know, and what did you mean with saying "check the hdd jumper and set it on sata 1" you mean that hdd can be changed from sata 2 to sata1? pls be more specific i am stressed out..

  • Giedrius Feb 09, 2008

    and when i connect it to my MB the HDD make some strange sounds.. and the disk whitch is in the HDD is going around on medium speed..

  • Giedrius Feb 10, 2008

    all FIXED THX :D

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Your board may support sata however it may support sata 1 not 2 and your hdd may be a sata 2 one..so all you have to do is to check the hdd jumper and set it on sata 1 and also check the bios for the right settings to be made...
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