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Fitting New SATA Harddrive

I purchased two new Hitachi Deskstar 320 gig drives with the intention of replacing the IDE Drives in my current machine & reinstalling my XP operating system. Disconnected both hard drives connected one Sata drive to the SER1 interface port set the bios to boot from CDROM inserted my operations system disk and switched on but was told my system had no hard drive present. Switched off restarted went into the bios and asked it to search for hard drive but it did not find one. Wondering if there was a need to format the new drive I reconnected the Primary drive with OS and connected the Sata drive to the SER2 interface started up machine entered bios which told me no secondary drive was connected What do I do next Please????? Walter

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  • walter3 Sep 03, 2007

    Thanks mistyman, I've now downloaded this file 4/5 times but it still fails to recognize the 320 gig
    hard drive, indeed it tells me there is no hard drive fitted, although when booting up if I press Ctrl+F I go into some Raid configuration, that does recognize, that there is a 350 gig Hitachi drive fitted.
    jtra's solution, after accepting the fact that I have misplaced (or lost)the floppy that came with the system is, I'm afraid way beyond my limited capabilities Walter3

  • walter3 Sep 04, 2007

    Thanks fnshman, My BIOS (Phoenix Award)does not appear to have this option in the 'Integrated Peripheral' section. Walter3

  • Anonymous May 19, 2009

    sata isnot see hard dish

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Did you check to make sure the sata interface in the bios is on. Not the RAID, just the sata. In the bios settings you'll find it under "Intergrated Peripherals/IDE Device Configuration". Make sure you enable both SATA1/SATA2 and SATA3/SATA4 if your not sure what plug you have your drive plugged into. Good luck.

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You will need to hit F6 at the beginning of the windows install process to load the SATA/RAID drivers from floppy disk (assuming your system has a floppy drive and you have the drivers on a floppy disk). The alternative is to slipstream an xp install disk with the needed drivers. The easiest way to do that is using the free utility called nLite (http://www.nliteos.com/).

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    Walter, you can get the drivers from the manufacturer's web site and simply copy them to floppy disk to do the F6 install during windows install. The only drawback is that you do need a floppy drive in the system. The ONLY alternative is to slipstream an xp install disk. At times, I have opted to temporarily install a floppy drive in a system just for this purpose rather than do the slipstream which is, as you say, fairly technical.

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Hi, google msi, click mainboard, click download, click manualy download, click AMD, click ARCHIVE, you will find your mobo here listed as "MS657" everything you need will be there. Goodluck mistyman

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