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Bios setting my im running a sata and ide my pc usually search for the driver that report that the NTDLR is missing. if i try to reload windows the blue screen comes up with the error code coxf9c5528, 0xc0000034, 0x00000000

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Does the blue screen only occur when trying an over-install (e.g. without having setup wipe the hard drive first)?

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Need manual for C51GU01


In the bios there's an option to configure SATA as "IDE", "AHCI", or "RAID".
If you don't have data to loose, try this. Install the drive, set the BIOS option to "IDE", boot to windows, install manufacturer's IDE/SATA controller drivers, restart, set the BIOS option to "AHCI".

AHCI stands for Advanced Host Controller Interface. There are rumors that setting AHCI without manufacturer's drivers will give you a BSOD. I'm not sure if you can recover it by switching back to "IDE", but it should be worth a shot.
Best of luck

Aug 13, 2012 | Intel Motherboard

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Hi having trouble with a sata 2 drive in my k7vt6, i followed all the instructions to the letter created my raid driver utility floppy disk by useing the mobo driver disk to get the drivers, i stick my...


Hi!
According to your mob specs ( 2 x ATA 133/100/66 IDE connectors ( supports 4 x IDE devices)), it does not support Sata2; however, if you configured your HD to Sata1, then check your FSB and set it to 400MHZ.
Jumper Setting 400:FSB_SEL1 : 1_2 FSB_SEL2 : 2_3
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I hope this helps; nontheless, I also hope you can exchange the HD to a regular Sata.

Aug 31, 2011 | Asrock K7VT6 (K7VT6 RAID) Motherboard

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MY PC IS NOT BOOTING AND DISPLAYING MESSAGE ''NTLDR IS MISSING''?


Missing NTLDR file.
To repair missing orcorrupted system file/s, please click on this link and follow my instructions :-
http://www.fixya.com/support/r4482455-repair_windows_xp

May 22, 2011 | ASUS P5GZ-MX Motherboard

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Run a sata drive as main boot up drive. Xp on ide cant see new sata drive to format or install Windows 7?


XP installation does not have SATA drivers.
You need to have the SATA driver on a floppy disk and during the XP installation press F6 to install the SATA driver.
The other alternative is to change the BIOS configuration and set the disk controller to IDE or SATA native driver, then install XP.
After Windows installation then install the SATA driver.
Download the driver from the motherboard WEB site.

Oct 10, 2009 | ASUS K8S-MX Motherboard

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Gigabyte K8vm800M Motherboard Does Not Recognise Seagate SATA HDD


I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM IN THE PAST. I REPLACE THE IDE HDD WITH SATA AND AFTER I BOOT IT SAYS NO HARDDISK. IT IS BECAUSE WINDOWS XP HAS NO BUILT IN SATA DRIVER.

WHAT YOU SHOULD DO IS CHANGE YOUR HARDDISK TO IDE OR INTEGRATE A SATA DRIVER INTO YOUR XP (USE NLITE) OR USE THE FLOPPY DRIVE TO RUN SATA DRIVER ITS INCLUDED IN THE MOBO WHEN BUYING.

Mar 16, 2009 | Gigabyte GA-K8VM800M Motherboard

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Unable to detect 250GB Seagate hard disk on P4 PC


you need bios update

download bios express installation file

install first any 40 or 80 gb ide harddisk install windows and run express installation file
your motherboard will update your bios

download from http://www.updrivers.com/search/d845glly

or

http://www.updrivers.com/getdriver/Motherboard/Intel/D845GLLY-BIOS/10018.html

Oct 17, 2008 | Intel D845GLLY Motherboard

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My motherboard can;t detect my harddisk.....


Hi modjoguy, the bios must see your SATA hard disk before windows can see your SATA hard disk drive. To check this please press the delete key every two seconds as soon as you power on the system. (Note 1: Some motherboards that do not show the SATA II drive while in the bios may need its jumper set to SATA I in order for the bios to see the SATA drive). (See the drives large white sticker on the hard disk drive for SATA I location of jumper).
(Note 2: Gigabyte GA-K8VM800M rev 2.x & Gigabyte GA-K8VM800M-RH motherboards use the same manual). The Gigabyte GA-K8VM800M rev 1.x manual is slightly different, thus page numbers differ from the other two above.
Here is the link for all three: http://www.giga-byte.com/Search/Search_List.aspx?Keyword=K8VM800M&SearchType=Spec
The bios main menu will open. Open your manual (rev2.0 & RH) to page 38 & read under the listing, "IDE Channel 2/3 Master". The idea is your SATA drives should be listed at 2/3.
Once they are seen you need to open Advanced BIOS Features page 40. You can load the advanced bios features by pressing "Ctrl+F1" keys. You must list the SATA drive you want as the primary hard disk drive (Usually its the model number of the drive), that will have windows installed on it.

Good luck modjoguy!
Run into a snag just post it here.
Mike

Sep 01, 2008 | Gigabyte Computers & Internet

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Asus m2n-mx se plus windows xp wont boot


All you need is the hard drive manufacture's setup software. Flashing you're bios is not the answer. On each drive (SATA & IDE) is the name & model number. Go to the Mf's site & download the free setup software, tools & utilities. Most sites will list software you can download to creat a bootable floppy disk or software to creat a bootable CD. Run the software on the SATA drive. Than unplug the SATA data cable & connect one IDE at a time. Again down load the Mfg's setup software. Do the same for the other IDE. Disconnect the data cable for the IDE drives. Do a fresh install of windows. (DO not allow windows to format the drive)! Just install windows & the motherboard drivers. Than update windows. Durring reboot press & hold the power on button on the PC untill it powers off. Connect the two IDE drives. Check the pin settings on the IDE drives. Set AS; Primary IDE drive 1 as master with a slave. Set IDE two as a slave drive.
Check the bios Boot setting. Make sure the SATA drive is listed in the boot order. Save & exit the PC. Windows should boot just fine.

Good Luck!
Still have an issue, post the trouble here with a description.
Mike

Jun 27, 2008 | ASUS M2N-MX Motherboard

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SATA II HDD instaling on ASUS P5LD2


No but you need to ensure that the drivers for your SATA controller are installed correctly (as they probably are not installed) http://uk.asus.com/products1.aspx?l1=3

Oct 25, 2007 | ASUS P5LD2-VM Motherboard

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