You could try one simple thing though, and by goddigedy why didn’t I come up with this any sooner aaaarg, its so simple and obvious. The time now is The way I see it you’r looking at a new install cuz you’r mixing too much stuff and are probably applying the wrong settings in bios while doing it. Mon Jun 01, The BIOS is the latest , if memory serves me right. I haven’t tested burning CDs yet, but I guess it should go OK, it is using default drivers after all I think I will be testing this setup in weeks or so, I’ll let you guys know.
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The reason mentioned above will be used. Intel Core i5 K, Disk Drives: I just wasn’t really sure if original v It’s old, not too fast and a little noisy, but it does its job When i installed using the raptor the install went through no problem – didn’t even need to load drivers.
Hot swapping is nice – but means nothing to me. All times are GMT Click hereto adjust the content of the private message. I think I must have not expressed myself clearly enough.
Thanks for the info. I’m just lost on this one Thank you for your time and help.
Anybody got any ideas on this one. Please enter a reason for warning.
I’ve checked that already, they are seated correctly I don’t need hot-plugging for the internal ports I don’t have neither the space nor the case to use it though NCQ is great ; I will be needing hot-plugging, however, for the eSATA port. No, create an account now. I’ll let you know how it went after burning something, ok? Good news is, I burned a CD this afternoon and it went smoothly.
Fri Nov 13, 9: I’m getting everything ready for it. If you have any more ideas, I’m all ears.
Would they even function in a “true” SATA environment? Thank you for the info. Up to a few boot cycles ago, every time I tryed there was an Event logged saying “the driver” disabled it.
Well, I have good news and bad news. Mon Jun 01, 9: If i set the bios to ide mode for the intel controller Vista installs fine but then i lose performance as the SATA functions are not enabled – anybody else had this problem with the P5B Deluxe etc.
This post does not match the desired netiquette of the Forum. So, I went the easy way: It installed itself in an extended ddluxe.