Question about Foxconn NF4UK8AA-8EKRS Motherboard
I inherited my son's old PC and set up freeNAS with two 500GB drives. Everything worked fine for about a week. Then, when I turned it on it hung early in the boot process. I coudn't even get to the BIOS screen. I finally got it to boot by removing one of the HDs. A few days later, the other HD seemed to go bad and I RMA'd both of them. I ended up with two HDs from a different manufacturer and the same thing happened. I put the HDs into another system and they work fine.
Buy a new coputer :0) Make sure all cables are secured into the harddrives and also check that the pins on the harddrives are set to master and slave. press firmly on the ram to make sure they are inserted properly sometimes they can unseat. clear your systems cmos by removing the pin and placing it from 1, 2 to 2,3 resest and place back to original 1,2 this should allow you to enter system bios. check and see if bios recognizes both harddrives if not remove one and check to make sure pins are set to master and restart.If this still does not work remove the pin entirely and retry , once again if does not work place pin on CS. If there is still a problem your cord could be bad if your cd/dvd rom is found disconnect and try that cord if this works you know your problem.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
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