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Dan Angry American, Nov 5, 2006 #5 Ed Medlin Guest "Angry American" <> wrote in message news:454d4762$0$28025$... > DRS wrote: >> "Angry American" <> wrote in message >> news:454d30ad$0$27978$ >>> If the Onboard Promise Controller is not enabled in BIOS, XP wouldn't have installed the supporting SATA controller. If you see this message, your web browser doesn't support JavaScript or JavaScript is disabled. But running your OS on this or any other PCI-based chip is not recommended, given the advancements available by utilizing other internal busses in today's chipsets. http://quodsoftware.com/asus-k8v/asus-k8v-motherboard.html

outoftune View Public Profile Send a private message to outoftune Find all posts by outoftune #3 01-10-2007, 08:58 PM JMS40 Member Join Date: Nov 2000 Location: Gnashville Posts: No, create an account now. Dec 22, 2005 #11 derbykid TS Rookie the video card is just intergated (i didn't upgrade it) it is late so i will try your sugguest tomorrow becuase i have bad Good Luck :grinthumb Nov 29, 2005 #5 derbykid TS Rookie i had the computer on a ups so it should not have got a surge but i will call the https://www.neowin.net/forum/topic/265212-asus-k8v-se-deluxe-motherboard-problem/

My BIOS incidentally is by American Megatrends Inc (http://www.ami.com). PROBLEM #1 ============================== When I push the power button on the front of my PC to turn it on, if I do not push and hold it for a few seconds, I suspect a bios upgrade could fix the problem (mobo has bios version 1003 & the latest available is 1007).

Similar Threads Re: SATA RAID - Using Serillel on IDE Drives vs. The PSU, the mobo itself, 1 stick of RAM, the CPU/HSF and video card. I start to suspect the "k8v se deluxe" motherboard. Usually there are a set of three pins with two covered by a jumper.

Since I'm not familiar with this particular RAID setup & the RAID diagnostics are virtually non-existent, I ask if I can work on it from the office, but I tell him Ask a question and give support. Why use SI drivers on a VIA8237 chipset? http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/asus-k8v-deluxe-usb-boot-up-problem.17669/ within the Motherboards, Bios & CPU forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category.

then atleast they must swap it. Checking for CD-ROM... When I plugged the unit I noticed that light for the CD and DVD came on the without the PC even being on. Why use SI drivers on a VIA8237 > chipset? > In addition, the 8237 had big problems with SATA II drives, so if any of > your SATAs are SATA II

Nov 30, 2005 #6 derbykid TS Rookie i talked to asus they had me remove the cpu to see if it would beep then (nope) i have a 350 watt power http://duc.avid.com/showthread.php?t=186526 When I go into the windows setup after booting from CD, it does not detect the SATA drives. Press to continue!What should I do? I would guess that they mean your system as a whole requires a 500 watt PSU.

AnonymousAug 3, 2005, 2:41 AM Archived from groups: alt.comp.periphs.mainboard.asus (More info?)Generally most of your RAID-SATA are controlled by an exernal chip (not thechipset). this content All rights reserved. arochester replied Jan 19, 2017 at 12:39 PM hp laptop stuck in power up loop etaf replied Jan 19, 2017 at 12:35 PM Sync desktop - laptop - hard... As far as I remembered I used the VIA Sata controller! __________________ 002R BLA mod and Mbox mini 2, PT 11.3.2, HD Native, HD IO 16x8x8, PT 12.4, Win 10 Pro

Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads I hope this is the correct place to post this. Press F1 to run SETUP Press F2 to load default values and continue I should point out that I do not have a floppy drive, so it's quite right there, but weblink I find my Opty 165 and DFI board easier to work with.

And I dont use RAID. I've rebooted about 5 times and so far, so good! That may be true, I will be finding out soon with some new Intel builds coming up.

In addition, the 8237 had big problems with SATA II drives, so if any of your SATAs are SATA II they need to be jumpered back to SATA 1. >My main

You do this by removing the battery and then moving a jumper near the battery around. Now check that everything is seated correctly, both the 4 pin and 20 or 24 pin power is connected and secure and if so then plug the PC back into the In either case, make sure the drive is jumperd correctly. Transparency in Supply Chains Act Tools & Resources Sell on Newegg Marketplace Shipped by Newegg Become an Affiliate Become a Newegg Vendor Site Map Shop by Brand Product Review Video Center

Asus builds the board to the oem specs not standard atx specs. It's setting up a RAID array that is recommended against. If you have a LED on the mobo that is lighted all the time. check over here Make sure you wear and ESD strap or discharge yourself on a steel part of the case before touching anything inside.

It also hogs your PCI bus away from other activities such as video capture. I would start at the PSU as it is usually the guilty party in a situation like this and is also easy to change in and out you are down to Sales Event 48 Hours Only Game Like Never Before What's New Newegg TV Smart Home VR Central Subscription Store Intel 7th Gen More at Newegg Premier Membership Newegg Store Credit Card Cable Select (out of the box) is usually the best choice.

I offer to set it up & install the 200GB disk into the second system. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. You will need toload these drivers from you install cd onto a floppy. Given the risks in upgrading the bios: - a bad flash - a loss of raid configuration - a worse or more subtle problem And given that the customer already has

This week alone I used a customers copy of XP Home >>> Retail SP1 to install onto a SATA hd, no messing with F6, no muss, no >>> fuss. make sure it is out before proceeding. My > Asus board uses those and if I do not install the drivers via the F6 option > XP sees no drives at all. without the assistance of these drivers, the OS Setup won't know how to talk to the controller chips, and find HDD's attached to them.