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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi, you need not have to upgrade the BIOS,, set the SATA HD on the IDE channel in the BIOS, or what options r avilable for SATA controller, if it is set to RAID, you will need a raid utility to format the SATA, or it wont shoe in windows, let ,e know
Posted on Dec 17, 2007
PrashantP, your board does not support SATAII. As mentioned by Asus:
Qusetion: Why can't my SATA-II hard drive be detected on VIA VT8237 chipset based motherboard?
This may be caused by the fact that VIA 8237/8237R South-bridge chipsets does not provide upward compatibility with SATA-II hard disk drives at 300 MB/s. These HDDs may not even be detected at POST. To install a SATA-II hard drive, users need to lock the drive at 150 MB/s data transfer rate by HDD jumper setting. Please refer to the following jumper setting from HDDs manufacturers or visit their website for latest updates.
Even if you updated your bios it will have no effect.
This is also why your SATA drive is not being seen by the bios.
Anymore questions PrashantP? Just post back here.
Posted on Feb 23, 2008
SOURCE: SATA drive stops or hangs . . .
Hi fadetoal, it's not you or you're drives. It's the onboard SATA controller. When a board is SATA compatible & the bios does not see the SATA drive (List the SATA drive), the fault is the board. You're board goes one farther than normal. Bios see's the drive but can't run. All you're going to do is pull you're hair out trying to get the board stable. Hope its still in warranty.
RMA time: http://www.ecsusa.com/ECSWebSite/Support/rmamb.aspx?MenuID=25&LanID=9
Best of luck!
Posted on May 03, 2008
SOURCE: Won't boot from 500GB SATA drive
Windows XP original support up to 137GB
Windows XP sp1 support up to 250GB
Windows XP ps2,3 have not change.
you have to enable 48 LBA in order for the system to recognized the drive.
the exact porcedure is list in the link ;
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
The Asus bios won't show SATA devices.
However if you are using Windows XP with Service Pack 2 (or newer operating system then the devices should be detected. If this is not happening then enter the bios -- Storage Configuration -- Configuration Enhanced and set the IDE devices to compatible. This allows all drives to be "seen" and you should then be able to load an OS.
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
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