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Instruction Manual SharDeMo@aol.com how to connect hardware + connection cable to system board + install bios + device drivers + new OS : XP.PRO disk

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  • Anonymous Jun 19, 2008

    need help for some installation

  • Anonymous Jul 16, 2008

    recently a friend gave to me a MDB SY P4IS2 but not the installation manual or drivers and I don't know how to connect to switches in front panel.



    can you help me?



    tnks a lot



    Peter Adams. from Chile.

    (peterkeltic@gmail.com)

  • peterkeltic Jul 16, 2008

    hello there !!



    recently a friend gave to me a mbd SYP4IS2 but not the installation guide or drivers.

    my problem is to find home for a dozen of red and black cables from the front panel, on/off, reset, usb, status leds etc.

    power plugs are ok.



    thanks a lot .



    Peter Keltic.

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Fiend your solution direct from intel. Here is your solution........

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It looks like your building up a new PC, but you have to very careful, you can refer to the system board manual for the installation of hardware,now once u finished that, you may now proceed to installation of your device software, you can do that first by installing the OS - XP by setting up the CD rom drive as first boot in the CMOS/BIOS then you follow what the screen tells you, you can check this link for guidelines http://www.michaelstevenstech.com/cleanxpinstall.html

hope this help you out. :)

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Does the mother board Asrock 845GV (P4I45GV) support pci sata card


If you are trying to install Windows XP then -
The problem is that XPinstallation CD does not have a SATA driver, unless you have a SATA drive on adisk etc. and can install the driver when XP asks for a hard drive driver then,XP cannot detect the hard disk and therefore won't install XP.The FIX.Go into the BIOS anddisable the SATA drive (enable IDE emulation), this will make XP think it is aIDE/PATA hard disk. Then you can install XP normally. When Windows hasbeen installed then install all the device drivers (including the SATA driver),then shut down and boot up and got into the BIOS and enable the SATA drive.http://www.fixya.com/support/r4335035-installing_windows_xp_sata_hard_drive

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XP not recognizing 5th SATA drive in new motherboard


Hello,

Since you are a experienced PC user, I will cut down to the chase as I might have a idea what your problem might be. I tried to find more into on your issue but couldn't source anthing of importance:

It might be that your last SATA port that you have connected your hard drive is different from all the remaining 5 - Meaning it is set up differently BY DEFAULT in the BIOS. FOr example it might be set up to be on a certain "RAID" setting or mode that might prevent it from being seen within Windows XP.
What I am trying to get at is that maybe that last drive "mirrors" another drive by default.

Please try also to download the latest BIOS for you mainboard, and make sure all hard drives in the BIOS have the same setting on them individually. Spefically, check your RAID and AHCI settings, boot up lineup and other settings that might influence this.

Also check if your new hard drive isn't faulty, since it picks up in BIOS but not in device manager - The drive might have a plate fault or a read/write head issue. This might explain why it is visible in both the BIOS AND the device manager under "Hardware devices" but not in the "Disk Manager/Management".

As you know how to format and partition a drive, i do not need to query if the drive as been initialized, since you already have set up the other 4 hard drives without a problem.

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Trying to install Windows XP SP1 onto HD with this Motherboard. System will not boot from HD to start install.


Make sure your IDE hard disk drive is connected to IDE1 port and that the data cable is fully connected. Also check the jumper on the IDE drive. If you are using only one IDE hard disk drive set the jumper on the drive as a Master without a slave. If you are running two IDE hard disk drives set the primary drive's jumper as a Master with a slave. Set your second IDE disk drive's jumper as a slave. The master drive should be connected at the end of the data cable and the slave drive should be connected to the next data connector. Than check your bios settings. Power on the system and press the Delete key every 2 seconds until the bios menu loads. See page 3-1 in your manual. If you need the manual for the NF8-V MB click on the link provided below and download it;
http://www.abit.com.tw/page/en/motherboard/motherboard_detail.php?pMODEL_NAME=NF8-V&fMTYPE=Socket+754
You'll also need the program Adobe reader to view the manual. Adobe reader is a free download; http://www.adobe.com/products/reader/
Once you’re in the bios go to page 3-4, Standard CMOS Features.
Follow the instruction listed for IDE HDD Auto-Detection. Your HDD should be listed here. Than see page 3-7 in the manual. Open Advanced BIOS Features. A normal boot menu for the Abit would read;
First boot device Floppy disk drive (If one is connected). 2nd boot device should be (CD-ROM/DVD-ROM). Third boot device should list your primary hard disk drive's (Model number). Load your windows CD into your CD-ROM drive.
Once the settings above are set, press the F10 key to save your changes and exit the bios. Your system will auto restart. Windows should begin to load.

Cheers!
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The iFP-795 is a player that has connection type UMS
(also called MSC): seeing the player as a removable disk:
Go to next site to see the connection type:
http://www.iriver.com/flash/index.asp?code=0300
and click on connection. Scroll down to see the iFP-700 series listed in the connection type UMS.
UMS = Universal Mass Storage
MSC = Mass Storage Class

With XP sp3 the computer Operating System has setup USB connections with new drivers, that support both UMS (= MSC) and MTP connections.
MTP = Media Transfer Protocol

When you experience next making connection:
Connecting the device to the computer Wizard found new hardware pops up.
Only this time the Windows update searching for software will not work on automatic routine: ending up with "Cannot Install this Hardware".

Manual performing the wizard, setting the device to USB connection type:
1. Can Windows connect to Windows Update to search for software ?
Select "No, not this time".
[Next]
2. If your hardware came with an installation CD, or floppy disk, insert it now.
Select "Install from a list or specific location(Advanced)."
[Next]
3. Please use your search and installations options.
Select "Don't search I will choose the driver to install."
[Next]
4. Select the device driver you want to install for this hardware.
Select "USB Mass Storage Device."
[Finish]

Just post a comment if you need more help.

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http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/driverslist.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=gen&ServiceTag=&SystemID=PLX_PNT_P4_GX260&os=WW1&osl=en&catid=&impid=

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Will not boot,bios does not show a hard drive,only two CD drives


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Look into device manager for your OS.
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That clear-as-mud message means the mainboard tried to boot over a network connection and it didn't work. It's telling you to check your network cable or to put in a CD it can boot from.

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You connected the usb had drive , and if it had an external power source it was on ???

ok right click on mycomputer
choose hardware
choose device manager
right click anything on the tree view and click scan for hardware changes.. Windows Xp should automatically detect and install it..

If you got vista, Right click computer and choose device manager,, right click anything on the tree view and click scan for hardware changes,, windows vista should install it automatically

IF THAT FAILS
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check if your device requires an external power source and verify that it is connected..

connect it to another computer to see if it working

IF ALL THE ABOVE FAILS THE UNIT IS NO GOOD..,, you could try changing the harddrive inside it but i would have been wanting my money back or insurance since it could have been damaged while shipping..

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