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Hard Disk upto any capacity can be added to Intel D865 Motherboard. It supports both IDE and Sata Chanels for Hard Disk. You may add up to 2 additional Sata drives of 250-500-750GB drives according to you requirements. For further details, please refer to Intel Official Product Specification
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check you cables from drives to mother board make sure they are all pushed in tight
and check the jumpers are set properly on all your drives then retry if it deosn't work you might need new motherboard or one o your cd or hard drives is faulty
Unlike IDE drive cables, which allow you to connect at least 2 drives to the same cable, SATA cables only allow one connection from motherboard to drive per cable. You can connect as many SATA drives to your motherboard as you have SATA connections.
Hi abhinav13, please disconnect you're IDE. (do not remove it).
You're board only supports SATA 1.0 which is 1.5BG & not the SATA II at 3.0GB. Knowing that you may need to use the jumper to set the drive to 1.5GB. Once you are sure the drive is set correctly than hook it into the PC. If after disconnecting the IDE & SATA drive is shown in the bios. Set the jumper on you're IDE to function as a slave drive.
Enter the bios again. If you do not find the SATA drive listed than your onboard SATA controller is defective. You can not fix that.
So hate giving out bad news.