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Ide 3 and 4 ports

Im trying too use the extra port in the ide the are labled 3 and the other is 4 ... 1 is the main 2 is for cd rom but i need too use 3 and 4 ... how do i set them up

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Good pm...

ide 1 - primary master (your hard disk)
ide 2 - primary slave (your cdrom)
ide 3 - secondary master
ide 4 - secondary slave

hope this will help...

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My mother board cd is not supported my mercury motherborat as i have no listen to music pls help me.


Hi,
From the motherboard type given, below are the technical specifications:
  • General Features:
  • VIA P4M800/VT8237R chipset
  • Socket 775
  • mATX form factor
  • Version 1.0
  • Supports up to 2 GB 2.5V DDR SDRAMs (DDR400/333/266)
  • Embedded UniChrome Graphics with 64 MB shared memory
  • Realtek ALC655 6-channel Audio Codec
  • Compliant with AC'97 2.3 specifications
  • VIA VT6103L 10/100 Mbps Fast Ethernet PHY
  • Two (2) SATA/150 (Serial ATA) connectors
  • Two (2) UDMA/133/100/66 IDE controllers
  • One (1) Floppy controller

  • Expansion Slots:
  • One (1) AGP Ultra slot
  • One (1) CNR slot
  • Three (3) PCI slots
  • Two (2) 184-pin DIMM sockets

  • I/O Ports:
  • Two (2) PS/2 ports
  • One (1) 9-pin Serial port
  • One (1) 15-pin VGA port
  • ONe (1) 25-pin Parallel port
  • Four (4) USB 2.0 rear ports
  • Two (2) USB 2.0 ports via header
  • One (1) RJ-45 Ethernet port
  • Line-in, line-out and microphone jacks

  • BIOS Features:
  • AMI 4Mb Flash ROM
  • Supports Plug and Play 1.0A, APM 1.2, Multi Boot, DMI
  • Full support for ACPI revision 1.0 specification

  • Supported Processors:
  • Intel Pentium 4 and Celeron D processors with Hyper-Threading Technology
  • Socket 775
  • 800/533 MHz FSB (Front Side Bus)

  • Regulatory Approvals:
  • FCC
  • CE
  • C-Tick
Package Includes:
  • Mercury P4VM800M7 VIA K8M800 Socket 775 mATX Motherboard
  • Manual
  • Driver CD
  • SATA cable
  • IDE cable
  • Floppy cable
  • SATA to 4-pin power cable
  • I/O shield
You will therefore need drivers for the following devices to utilize the multimedia functions of your system:
  • Embedded UniChrome Graphics with 64 MB shared memory
  • Realtek ALC655 6-channel Audio Codec
Download the Realtek ALC655 AC97 Audio Drivers from here(Link:http://download.cnet.com/Audio-Realtek-ALC655-AC-97-AUDIO/3000-2110_4-168843.html?tag=contentMain;overviewHead) and the Embedded UniChrome Graphics drivers from here(Link:http://download.cnet.com/VIA-S3G-UniChrome-Pro-IGP/3000-2108_4-65294.html).
Have a good time ahead.

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Need motherboard manual for soyo k7v dragon plus


SY-K7V DRAGON Plus! - SOYO
k7v_dragon_plus.jpg
AMD Socket-A Based VIA KT266A Chipset ATX Motherboard

AMD Recommended Motherboard

D: DDR266 SDRAM
R: Promise IDE-RAID (0,1)
A: CMedia 8738 6-channel hardware audio on board
G: Universal AGP Pro slot
O: Overclocking, set up FSB by 1MHz increment
N: 10/100 Mbps Ethernet by ICS PHY Controller

Specifications


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Processor
Click here for maximum CPU support
Click here for maximum Front Side Bus (FSB) support
Interface
Socket "A"(462)
Chipset Type
VIA KT266A
Chipset Description
VIA KT266A / 8233 CE Version Chipset
Supports 200/266 MHz FSB
Form Factor
ATX
Memory Type
DDR SDRAM
Memory Description
Three DDR 2.5V DIMM sockets support up to 3GB*.
184-pin PC2100/PC1600 non-ECC, unbuffered DDR SDRAM memory.
*recommended to use 3 sticks of DDR200(PC1600), or 2 DDR266(PC2100) memory on this board.
Expansion Slots
Five 32-bit Bus Mastering PCI slots (V2.2 compliant)
One Universal AGP Pro slot (supports 1x/2x/4x modes)
Expansion Slot Types
Five 32-bit Bus Mastering PCI
IDE Type
UDMA 33/66/100
IDE Description
Four independent channels for 8 IDE devices (2 for RAID)
Supports up to PIO mode 5 & Ultra DMA 33/66/100
Two PCI bus mastering ATA E-IDE ports
Audio Description
On board CMI 8738 audio chip providing 6-channel audio solution
IO Port Description
Two RS-232 serial ports (16550 UART compatible)
One parallel printer port (SPP/EPP/ECP mode)
One FDD port (supports 3 modes, 1.2/1.44/2.88MB FDD)
Provides IrDA with optional cable for transceiver
Provides 6 USB ports (2* rear, 4*front)
IO Connection Description
PS/2 Mini-DIN mouse & keyboard ports
Two USB ports
One RJ45 connector
Two D-Sub 9-pin male serial ports
One D-Sub 25-pin female printer port
Audio I/O: LINE-OUT x 1, LINE-IN x 1, MIC JACK x 1
One game port
BIOS Description
Award PCI BIOS with ACPI function
Supports multiple-boot from E-IDE / SCSI / CD-ROM / FDD / LS120 / ZIP
2 Mbyte Flash ROM
Health Monitoring Description
On board voltage monitors for CPU Vcore, +3.3, +5V & +12V
CPU fan speed monitor
CPU temperature monitoring through flexible thermal sensor
Dimension Description
Four layers, 30.5 cm x 23 cm (12" x 9.05")
ATX form factor

Certification
FCC Class B & CE EMI Regulation CompliantPC99 Compliant
Compatibilities
WinXP / Win2000 / WinNT / WinME / Win98SE / Linux / FreeBSD
Warranty
All SOYO products are designed to offer stability and flexibility, and are tested to ensure highest reliability. We offer a 1 year limited warranty on this SOYO product.

CPU Support
Compatibility


RAM Memory Support
Compatibility



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You didn't indicate if your Hard drive is a SATA or PATA. So, I'm going to assume the problem your having is that the drive is a PATA, and your trying to install another PATA drive, when the board only comes with one IDE slot for PATA style drives. What you need to do is to exchange the CD ROM drive for a SATA drive, so you can put it in one fo the SATA ports. If they are both SATA, then just plug it into one of the SATA ports.

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Connect the ATA IDE to MB primary master IDE port.
Connect the ATA SATA drive to the MB's first SATA port.

ATA Configuration
Set as, [P-ATA+S-ATA]
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Motherboard problem


Hi Conor, every SATA drive is a master drive. With that in mind you're SATA must have windows installed on it. Please disconnect the data cable & power cable's from the IDE drives.
(Do not reconnect either IDE untill you have finished).
Install windows on the SATA drive. Install all the needed drivers, than update windows. When finished Check the pin setting on the IDE drives. Set one as the "master with a slave" & the other as the slave. Than you can add both into the system. If you had windows on one of the IDE's just delete the root files on that drive so it does not conflict with the new windows on the SATA drive. Go in the bios make sure you have the SATA drive as the boot drive & not either of the IDE drives. If the system still shuts down after all this, try replacing the data cable for the IDE drives (Both should be on the same data cable). Swap the power connector from the CD-ROM drive to the IDE.
Next, if you're system still shuts down after adding either of the IDE drives, than swap the ports. Connect the CD-ROM to the primary IDE port on the board & the IDE hard drive to the IDE slave port. (This is for testing only). Double check all power connections from the power supply to the motherboard. Leave the case opened. Look at the board when booted. Watch for the the case LED's lighting up & flashing cr-rom's LED flashes, look at the CPU fan. Make sure all fan's are running & listen for the drives running.
Let me know if anything changed or not. Post any thing odd or if any thing did or didn't work & I'll go from there. Everything is a test & error soulation. One change at a time.

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