Question about AOpen AX4B-533 Motherboard
If the motherboard has VIA chipset (older model), that was created when there was only SATA drives, it might not work with the newer SATA 2 hard drives. WD SATA 2 drives can be jumpered on pins 5&6 to 'slow' data rate. Check Wikipedia for "Sata" also.
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
You need to install the drivers for it when loading windows,,
you are on the right track by pressing F6 however you need to have the FLOPPY DISK that came with your mainboard in the floppy drive..
If you dont have the diskette then ,, the drivers are located on the mainboard cd,, its in the sata / raid folder, there should be a text document in there with the insttructions on creating a floppy with the driver files you will need.
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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