Asus K8v Se Deluxe Sata Difficulties
Might look through the Sticky at the top of the page. Robert Reply With Quote 07-23-2004,06:41 AM #6 dixienormous View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Joined Jul 2004 Posts 12 Re: K8V-SE Deluxe SATA problem! Plug in turn to each SATA connector then try n fire it up. is it a problem with my hard drives, should i tryplugging the cables into the RAID connections, or do i need to changesomething in the BIOS?-- Posted using the http://www.hardwareforumz.com interface, navigate here
I have had the SATA drive checked and have been told it checks out just fine by my supplier, so the problem must be with my new system, mobo or BIOS. The current solution is to use either/or but not both (the first associated hardware-id will always be the one loaded). Reply With Quote 07-30-2004,10:38 PM #8 themortarman View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Registered User Joined Dec 2002 Location Tulsa, Ok Posts 13,940 Re: K8V-SE Deluxe SATA problem! Please refer to our website at: http://www.asus.com.tw/support/cpusupport/cpusupport.aspx File Size 430.18 KBytesupdate2005/04/28 Download from Global Version1005 Description K8V SE Deluxe BIOS 1005Support new CPUs. have a peek at this web-site
Step 1: download DriveStation from VIA Arena (choose Downloads > Drivers from menu, select Windows XP, select IDE, RAID & SATA, select VT8237 Integrated Serial ATA RAID Controller, Click on the With the Promise controller set to 'enabled-ide mode', XP would start the install (from the ide cdrom), accept the drivers (after f6), continue, then stop, saying no hard drive was found. Reply With Quote 07-31-2004,02:11 AM #12 themortarman View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Registered User Joined Dec 2002 Location Tulsa, Ok Posts 13,940 Re: K8V-SE Deluxe SATA problem!
Click on: Bootable CD Right-click on: Microsoft Corporation.img. Overclockers Community Newsletter -- OVC -- Default Mobile Style All times are GMT -5. Another thing just how was the Floppy setup. I switched it out and tried giving it the via drivers, but it still didn't see the drivers.
If they are not selected, select them now. Would be happy to send a copy to anyone who e=mails me: [email protected] add few lines from Info.txt and copy sys_ files in I386 folder. 3) Copy ypur XP disc to Already have an account? have a peek here Big thanks to all the people who i have given credit to.
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Am I still having the same problem as before? Audio~~Chip 18:47 03 May 09 I have it connected to SATA 1, I did try but will try again Pri SATA I am not sure if I have the correct SATA OEM.txt is a defo 1 phono, plodding through your links phono 21:20 03 May 09 Have a look at page 138 of the mobo manual click here paragraph 5.8, creating
good luck Reply With Quote 02-02-05,01:03 AM #7 Temijin View Profile View Forum Posts Registered Join Date Jan 2004 Location NW That's all I had to do. check my blog Select: CD-ROM (Boot) in the New Compilation window. (Scroll down the list). raid/ide operation etc. I have tried both the PRI and SEC sata slots, and a few different sata cables.
If so that would be a major blower. http://quodsoftware.com/asus-k8v/asus-k8v-se-and-sata-drive-detection.html We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below. v1005 firmware for ASUS K8V SE Deluxe problems? I'm using XP.In order to get things working it was trial and error.
I have even tried this and it didn't work.Everything but this SATA is a issue. Audio~~Chip 14:59 03 May 09 thank for your callThe HDD does show in BIOS, I think it is a SATA Driver problem. I have tried flashing the bios, with the latest copy, the original copy and even random ones in the middle. http://quodsoftware.com/asus-k8v/asus-k8v-deluxe-won-t-see-my-sata-drive.html Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free.
My system is: AMD Athlon 64 3000+ Asus K8V-SE Deluxe 512 DDR3200 RAM Radeon 9600XT Liteon DVD-ROM Liteon CD-RW The SATA is connected to the SATA1 slot on the mobo, not I will try enabling the onboard promise controller tonight. Then once it was installed, I instaled the Promise drivers and switched my drive over to that.
I have the same Motherboard and installed last year a Western Digital Sata Drive.
So I would suggest that maybe your instructions should include extracting that particular file if it is shown to you in Isobuster. i have tried different settings in the bios i.e promise controller on/off. And yes, aggped, I d/l Via SATA controller driver from the link posted in the thread identified by MM, as did you it seems. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds.
Are you using an AMD64? Please help before I go crazy :hotbounce ! You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. weblink There's nothing wrong with using a RAID capable disk controller.
You need to do that in Disk Management. Please someone help. Has this controller just failed? I appreciate all the responses.
Is there i setting in the BIOS under SATA settings for IDE mode or similar?