GA K8NF 9 SATA DRIVER
Thanks for the correction, jvmorris. I have absolutely no idea why the motherboard was behaving so erratically before. So, my two questions are: However, if you have one drive, you don’t need to use any RAID drivers at all. Are they out yet, or will I have to use the 32 bit version of Windows? You certainly don’t need to have more than one SATA drive.
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Are they out yet, or will I have to use the 32 bit version of Windows? So I’ve just re-formatted the drive and I’m currently re-installing Windows from scratch, and I’m keeping my fingers crossed that it continues to regonise the drive okay from now on.
Hello, I’ve just built a new system and it is having lots of problems in regonising the hard drive on boot-up. Well, I’m certainly not an expert here, but that’s what I thought when I read your post. I have absolutely no idea why the motherboard was behaving so erratically before.
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However, if you have one drive, you don’t need to use any RAID drivers at all. I’m just going by what I see in the manual.
If someone else has another, better idea, I hope they will jump into the discussion. I think you see the way I was thinking. Hangs in the BIOS boot. There were other suggestions than yours to that effect, apparently.
Antec w smartpower Operating System: Sign in with Twitter. Does anybody please have any ideas or suggestions to try to help find out the source of the problem?
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Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. Did you get things fixed, gemima brown? Hello, I’m having a lot of trouble with my new computer that I just built. I’ve tried all sorts of things gq it, including disabling the raid settings in the BIOS and re-setting the CMOS, but most of the time it just refuses to boot and hangs at the message ‘detecting the array’.
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Register a new account. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Ssata it, I have: So, my two questions are: Sign In Sign Up. Most commented news last week  Wednesday Morning Links  Grab that coffee! May be the problem is in the mobo and not the HD.
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Dear Comcast, I won’t use your email service Sign up for a new account in our community. Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook. I went ahead and checked in the manual for your motherboard, which you can download here if you don’t have a copy handy: Motherboard Manufacturer and Model: Are we seeing the end of the road for the Windows NT kernel?