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Looking for the manual for a RS740M03A1-8EKRS2H motherboard; need to see what the SATA connections status/priority sequencing is.

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I have the same motherboard. Its a Foxconn A74MX-K 's motherboard which also adopts AMD® 740G + SB700 chipset. get the manual from foxconn website

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Boot on sata


I found the user manual here :

http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/sock478/p4p800-se/e1886_p4p800_se.pdf

Your problem could be in the bios. Press the delete key repeatedly while booting up to enter the Bios Setup Utility and check these options :
IDE Configuration - as shown in the manual at chapter 4 page 14

Onboard PCI IDE Operate Mode - Enhanced Mode
Enhanced Mode Support On - S-ATA
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and also

Boot device priority - as shown in the manual at chapter 4 page 33

set your Sata drive as the 1st boot device

For additional info, refer to the manual in the link above.

Did this solve your problem?

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Hello samanozy ,
Some older motherboards will not support a too wide HDD whatever the interface.
Another point is to know if you have set the boot priorities in the BIOS . Your machine is maybe attempting to boot from the Sata drive .
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Hi,

Welcome to Fixya. The first thing you need to check is if the SATA Hard Disk is detected in Bios. In the system information you will see there the list of the drives including the DVD and the IDE hard drive. You can also check the Boot Sequence or Priority if it is there. Please let me know if you find the SATA hard disk on the list.


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Hello,

Can you see the sata drive in the bios? Also, are you tring to boot from the sata drive, or is it an additional drive for data storage. If the sata drive is brand new, then you probably need to partition it and format it.

Boot into windows (from the ide drive) with the sata drive connected (data and power cables). Once in windows, right-click computer (my computer in xp) from the start menu, and left-click 'manage'.
Now, click on 'disk management'. If the drive is new, you will see it in this window, and you can partition it and format it.

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Jumper setting for slave drive


there is no such master or slave setting when SATA is used.
it is mainly used to tell the motherboard which one is master or slave when connected with IDE cable (PATA).
you don't need to worry about it as you are using a SATA HD.

the boot disk priority can be set in the BIOS
press del or F2 after you press the power button on CPU. you will be put with the BIOS/CMOS setup. go to boot priority and set accordingly, there is also an option to set the default hard disk in case you have more than one HD.

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Hi there.

You will need to open your BIOS settings, and change your boot sequence/priority so that it includes PCI cards. Save and exit, and see if it then boots.

If you need anymore help, or need me to clarify anything, I'll be happy to help.

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Please do this first.. Set sata as first hard Drive from BIOS Hard disk Priority Option.. then Format IDE Hard drive..

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Hi whistler1410, you need to enter your bios menu. Press the delete key every couple of seconds to load the bios menu.

Once in the bios (See instructions located at the bottom of the menu, to help you move about).
You should see all connected drives at the main menu.
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Go to the bios menu, BOOT.
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The boot priority should read as follows.

First boot device [Floppy disk drive] (If one is connected)
Second boot device [Your SATA DVD writer]
Third boot device [Your primary hard disk drive] (The drive with windows loaded on it).
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if you have more than 1 device on the ribbon cable, make sure they are both on CS(cable select) or one is on master and one is on slave.

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