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I am looking for a tiger 200 manual. My hard drives seem to be running very slow. I am assuming the White socket is for the 80 wire cable. It is working, but very slow.

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Why is this Win7 Ultimate x86 PC showing an error 80-pin Connector not found and boots only into win7 RE recovery mode?


The PATA interface was originally designed as a 40-pin system and still is. The ribbon cables were originally 40-wire cables. A special type of cable with 80 wires was then created to improve data throughput rates. Note that the number of pins remains 40, with a special type of ribbon connector connecting ground to 40 wires internally. The ground connections are placed between each of the data carriers to reduce cross-talk and allow up to 3 times faster operation. ATA33 is supported by 40-wire connection, ATA66 & ATA100 require 80-wire. Motherboards can check the speed of the data throughput to determine if a 80-pin cable is being used. Some BIOS setup options allow for this feature to be turned off. The HDD or DVD must support ATA66 or higher to work at the higher speed of a 80-wire cable.If you connect a slow hard disk or DVD drive on the same ribbon as a fast hard disk then the system will default to the slower speed. You also need to make sure the master and slave are connected to the correct connectors on the cable.
Firstly try each drive separately to see if the 80-pin error goes away.
Rather than master/slave on one cable, try each hard drive as a master on separate cables (IDE1 & IDE2).
Secondly, the boot partition may have corrupt data preventing boot. You should check both hard drives for errors by connecting to another PC if possible. This would also allow you to back up any important files so that you can re-install the operating system if required.

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Did you set the Master harddrive as master?

Or is your reference that you set the jumper cap, on the jumper pins; of both harddrives to Cable Select?

What are the manufacturer names, and model numbers of the two harddrives?

If you just see something like - WD2500JB, that will work.

How many wire is the Flat IDE ribbon cable?

There are 40 wire versions, and 80 wire versions.

Notice I stated - Wire.
They will both have 39 socket holes that are used.
(40 socket holes, with 1 blocked off)

80 wire IDE ribbon cable has Master harddrive in middle.
Slave harddrive at end of cable.
Little weird, huh?

40 wire IDE ribbon cable, has Master harddrive at end of cable, Slave in middle.


As for, "Computer will not see it."

Not trying to insult your intelligence. Am trying to see if we are both on the same page.............

1) You go to My Computer, and there is no drive letter assigned to that harddrive you just installed?

If it is there, you double-click on it to open that harddrive.

Please post back in a Comment.
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I have a Toshiba MK 8825AS taken from a HP NX5000 laptop. Is there a cable that will allow this to be connected to an desktop, either IDE or SATA? I need to access the data on the drive. Thanks


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The Motherboard will be able to handle it and XP will read the hardrive i have used a 500 gig hard drive in my old computer before it should work just fine

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Alesis Masterlink ML 9600 won't power up.


After reviewing the repair and owners manuals. I have come to the conclusion that there is a short in the power supply board. Your drives should be fine. I don't know off hand how expensive it is to fix in your area. I would say approx $200

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More problems lol


Hy Ashley,

First up,
Your channel 1 no 80 conductor cable,
tell me that you have mounted a new HDD to your computer,
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If there isn't a 80 wire cable, then the drive that came with the box was not a speedy one.
If you only have a 40 wire cable the drive will be limited to 33MB/s transfer versus 100 or 133MB/s that's possible with the 80 wire cable.

With the 40's, all the wires are signal carriers (potentially). With the 80's, there is a ground wire between each signal wire to prevent bleed over. Bleed over can affect signal integrity, cause errors, and slow down performance.

you can fix that in one of two ways(or maybe both):-):

1. Go into your BIOS, and set it to run the hard drive auto detection to make sure its not holding on to any old hard drive settings.


2. Make sure that all connections are tight. You might want to try a different cable and if you do make sure it is the 80 wire type. The connectors on the 80 wire are colored (black,blue and gray)

The part with it telling you about your CPU is just a part of the testing procedure.

kind regards
/Teis
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My hard disk goes hang when it boots the bios and cannot detect it. but my hard disk is still running.


I have a similar problem with an 80 gb drive in a Compaq. I've isolated it to the cable or the connector on either the motherboard or the drive. Try unplugging the cable at each end, then plugging it back in. Reboot. If it finds it and works normally, you have 1) a bad hard drive cable 2) a bad hard drive controller socket on the MB (bad MB :-( ) or 3) an intermittent connector on the hard drive. 1 is easy. 2 and 3 are problems. Try a different drive and see if it boots reliably every time - if so, suspect the drive. If its the MB, probably time to UPGRADE.

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Re: lg tower xp install


Hi,
FDD Floppy-Disk Drive.
It would be advisable to go to the motherboard Manufacturers site. And download the setup or user manual for this Board.
The White or black plastic jumper blocks i,ve refered to, are on the back of the Actual CD/DVD Rom Drive. Located at 1 end. this should be set to Master or Slave. diagram of settings usually printed on top of the drive. I dont know whether you have an IDE Drive ( 40-80 strand ) wire connecter.
Or sata drive connectors. 1 single red cable from motherboard to drive.
please bear in mind, this site is designated to solve technical solutions.
i,ll help all i can, but if your not technical minded, perhaps this is a job for someone more competant than yourself. no disrepect intended.

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