Have built in new WD HDD 250GB ,but it is recognised correctly for type& name . Not recognised for correct capacity ;instead of 250GB HDD it is recognised (in properties bar ) as a HDD of 127 GB? In Hardware profile manager it is stated that the device functions propeerly.
Motherboard limitations or what?Will it anyway store 250 GB.
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Re: Intel Desktop Motherboard D850MV
Hi Funky Fish,
If you're WD is an IDE drive please re-check the pin setting on the drive. Please download. Data lifeguard diagnostic software from WD's web site. Use their bootable software to seup you're drive. http://support.wdc.com/download/index.asp?cxml=n
After which you're drive will show the correct size.
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If you look closely enough, the markings for all connectors are printed on the motherboard. You must look VERY carefully and perhaps use a magnifying glass. But the manual should do the trick in assisting you.
Because it must recognise the three hard disk of 250GB, and memory is not frequent to working with large amount hard disk.
It is better to work with only one hard disk of 250GB. According to mother board requirement it supports up to 500Gb Hard disk but single hard disk of 500GB.
Your Intel D850MV motherboard uses an AGP video card. There is no onboard video (built into the motherboard). Before replacing the video card try swapping out your monitor with another. Check for display. When the system is powered on can you hear the internals running?
If the swapped out monitor does not show display you'll have to replace the AGP video card.
The Intel D850MV motherboard only supports AGP cards that run at 1.5volts only & can run at 2x or 4x speed.
Intel shows the difference between compatible 1.5v AGP card connector & the 3.3v non compatible video card connector. Click on the Intel link to see this;
This next link shows a compatible AGP video card that will replace your old card;
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Hi there. Try clearing the cmos . move the plastic jumper the alternative position, power the pc up (Nothing will happen if you have it correct, then put it back in its original position and try to boot the machine again, don't forget to clean the memory as a precaution.
you must be missing something. Please go over this Intel link: http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d850mv/sb/CS-009910.htm
Double check your board revision. Instruction / location for this is on the site above. Even though you have the correct revision no# the Pent 4, 2.4GHz CPU can only run with the correct revision (AA numbers) listed.
There are no jumpers on the Intel D850MV MB to help increase the CPU speed nor bios menu to help. Enter the bios. Open Main. This bios does not allow any CPU options.