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Configuration problem I've had my 945gzt-m motherboard for a while,now all of a sudden it's reading only 3rd master and 3rd slave drives no matter if i change the junpers on the drives or even the cables

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  • Anonymous Nov 12, 2008

    no hay audio de salida y ya reinstale los drivers de la board. La opciòn aparece inabilitada desde el sistema. tambien reinstale el sistema operativo.

    Muchas gracias

    Atte, Oscar Fernando V.


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Maybe several things,sli maybe bad,pci bad or if using standard feed to motherboard carrier of info from plug in to cpu may have shorted out. lala linda

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Need to know which is master, slave and cable select


these may vary depending on the make of your hard drive

enable cable select:I:: master or single driveI:::

The BIOS is AMI. Under ADVANCED SETUP:
The options listed for 1st,2nd ,3rd Boot device include:

IDE-0 means Pri master ?
IDE-1 means Pri slave ?
IDE-2 means Sec master ?
IDE-3 means Sec slave ?

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The BIOS is AMI. Under ADVANCED SETUP:
The options listed for 1st,2nd ,3rd Boot device include:

IDE-0 means Pri master ?
IDE-1 means Pri slave ?
IDE-2 means Sec master ?
IDE-3 means Sec slave ?

?

? single or master :::::

master with slave ::'::

???????????????? slave? :::':

note the plastic jumper is ' located at the rear of the hard drive next to the IDE/SATA lead/s

hope this helps

Jan 23, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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When I connect 2nd and 3rd hard disk my system wont starts......


Just because it has a CPU, it is not a brain
It is ok to set up 2 or 3 harddrives BUT... make sure one is a master, (C:)the others are slaves D-Z
Look at all drives, most now have jumpers and they are master,slave,cselect.
To make it easy, slaves/masters

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Both two parallel ports do not work together


You will have make one a master adn one a slve because of the adresses and of course you could change those but its to hard to tel you how. Go into setup and configure the setup or if on hard drves last on the cable is master other is slave and the you jumper your hard drive for csl (cable select)mMater or slave by cabling or master adn then slave look at your jumpers on your hard drive

Jan 18, 2010 | Matsonic MS9317E Motherboard

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K9MM-V mB with DVD and CD drives .running XP pro .


make DVD drive the master, and Cd drive the slave. by set pin then have bios re search for them and try xp new hardware search with the new configuration

Jul 08, 2009 | MSI K9MM-V Motherboard

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Hard disk drive in slave position


Check your jumper settings... Following link is for your hard disk ST3160021A instructions.

http://www.seagate.com/images/support/en/us/cuda_sata_block.gif

Good Luck :)

Feb 21, 2009 | ASUS P5GD1-VM Motherboard

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Ilunable to read from hard drive or cdrom from p4i65g


Try changing the IDE cable which connects your CDROM to motherboard. Also make sure that Master/slave configuration are properly set if both the hard disk and the cdrom are connected with a single cable

Nov 25, 2008 | ASUS A7V8X-X (90-M7A690-W0EAY) Motherboard

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IDE HD Not Detected


My first thought is the cables have been moved or the drives moved. Maybe the jumper has fallen off the back of the drive (highly unlikely, but possible) or maybe a cable has come loose. It can't hurt to reseat all the cables and check the jumpers to see that all are correctly jumpered as master and slave.

herdex may not have the same problem, but will email this suggestion to him.

Nov 07, 2008 | ECS 945GZT-M (V1.0) Motherboard

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I need Help


Hi Banyar, lets check the main menu & the boot order in you're bios. Start up the PC, as soon as you see any display on the monitor press the delete key every 2 seconds until the bios main menu loads. This is also where you can see the time & date. List on the left is;
Primary IDE Master
Primary IDE Slave
Secondary IDE Master
Secondary IDE Slave

Across from these on the right is the matching device. If you have one hard drive the bios will show its model number on the right.
Ex: ST150322A. (You're drive will be different). If you have more than one hard drive the second drive, (Should be listed as Primary IDE Slave). CD-ROM drives would be listed as, Secondary IDE Master & Secondary IDE Slave. Write down the model name of the Primary IDE Master on paper. Now go to the title, "Boot" in the bios. Use you're manual & go to page 2-25. High-light, Boot Device Priority & press enter. Set the order as shown in the manual. Make sure the 3rd boot device is set to the correct hard drive listed from the main menu. The model you wrote down. Once set save & exit the bios. The PC will restart. You should no longer receive the error message & windows should boot normally. If windows does not load normally than it is possible that the Primary IDE master drive is not the drive with windows installed on it. You must find the correct drive with windows loaded on it. Connect that drive to the Primary IDE master port.
You may need to reset the drive’s pin settings so it is seen as the primary drive.
Than change the 3rd device in the bios boot priority list with the correct drive. Windows demands that the operating system be located on the, Primary IDE master port. Please read pages 2-12 & the top of 2-13 in you're manual.

More questions? Post them here.
Good Luck!
Mike

Jun 21, 2008 | ASUS P5VD2-MX SE Motherboard

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945GZT-M: HD listed as third IDE master in bios


If the drive is set as Cable Select you are allowing the motherboard to detect where it is on the ribbon cable. If the drive is shown as Primary slave then the drive is on the wrong connector on the ribbon cable. If it is shown as secondary master than the IDE cables on the board need to be switched (primary to secondary, secondary to primary)

Apr 10, 2008 | ECS 945GZT-M (V1.0) Motherboard

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Intel Motherboard DG 965RY ATA Problem


How are the driver jumpered and attached?

If they are both on the same cable:
- If they are both set to 'cable select' then try setting the drive at the end of the cable to 'master' and the drive in the middle of the cable to 'slave'

-If the drives are already configured master/slave, but slave is the last drive on the cable, then reverse the setup so that the master is at the end of the cable.

-If both are already set correctly to master/slave with the master at the end of the cable, try setting both drives to 'cable select'

Jan 13, 2008 | Intel DG965RY Motherboard

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