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Asrock 775VM800 not detecting sata HDD and usb port malfunctioning

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SOURCE: Problems with Asrock 775VM800 Motherboard?

try to download and install drivers for VIA USB CONTROLLERS from www.asrock.com

Posted on Dec 18, 2009

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SOURCE: I am using Asrock 775VM800 Motherboard with 80GB

There should be a jumper on the hard drive to select between 3G and 1.5G speeds. It appears that your MB only supports the 1.5G speed.

Posted on May 15, 2010

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SOURCE: unable to detect SATA hard dik drive.

Not much info to go on but..
1. Try swapping the connector between SATA port 1 & 2.
2. On boot enter BIOS, if it is recognized as a device in your BIOS then it is simply a formatting/windows issue.
3. Does it show up in windows Device Manager & is the driver installer/working properly? If not, uninstall driver and let it install again automatcally.
4. in control panel under Adminstrative tools open Computer Management, in left-side menu select Storage->Disk Management, it may show up as unallocated drive / disk space, quick format it with NTFS file system.

Posted on May 27, 2010

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SOURCE: Today I installed SATA HDD

there is no diffrence between primary & third ide hdd ,if you install nay booteble hdd in master so system try to from that frist . boot sequence of motherboard is try to boot from primary master first then Primary slave then secondary master and then master secondary ..................,

Posted on Jun 14, 2011

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SOURCE: what is the maximum size

I think the actual size of hard drive is unlimited, certainly Asrock make no claims that there is a maximum size. I would however, to be on the safe side, install only a 1TB drive. You could of course get a larger drive and partition it into smaller partitions, which should bypass any possible size restrictions

Posted on Jul 26, 2011

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Not much info to go on but..
1. Try swapping the connector between SATA port 1 & 2.
2. On boot enter BIOS, if it is recognized as a device in your BIOS then it is simply a formatting/windows issue.
3. Does it show up in windows Device Manager & is the driver installer/working properly? If not, uninstall driver and let it install again automatcally.
4. in control panel under Adminstrative tools open Computer Management, in left-side menu select Storage->Disk Management, it may show up as unallocated drive / disk space, quick format it with NTFS file system.

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