XP’s native drivers will allow you to boot from a SATA drive, as long as the drive is seen in the bios. If you’re looking to tweak out your system to the max and maybe overclock it a little, Corsair’s RAM is definitely worth considering. The BIOS doesn’t show the drives either. For anything ECS really sucks. Even though the bios see’s them is it possible they won’t work? I tried a SATA controller card. I am considering a new mobo.
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Even though the bios see’s them is it possible they won’t work? Steam names the best-selling games of The driver needed should also be on the cd that came with the mobo!!!!
I did have to get some new memory.
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Yes, I have installed the drivers during Windows install but it still stops saying it doesn’t find any drives. When I do go and try to set one up the raid utility says the “hdd saata not enough” I have 2 gb drives. A P board for prices. Already have an account?
Did you do this already? It’s nice of Krogoth to fill in for Chuckula over the holidays. I do have a sata controller card on the way. That should be their motto. Maybe this will help. TechSpot is dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. Reset your bios to the defaults. I 8kt890 flashing the BIOS last night but still nothing.
Boy, do I dislike ECS! Service Pack 2, DirectX 9. Another thing, maybe I am not getting the raid array set right.
There is no operating system on the drives either so I can’t load any drivers. I have sent their tech dept an email about this last week and still haven’t gotten a reply. The bios sees them fine. Merry Christmas from The Tech Report staff! No Interruptions Day Shortbread. If I staa install the sata drivers during windows install f6 windows won’t see the drives. For a first build ECS really sucks According to Western Digital some 1st generation mobo’s won’t work with 2nd generation SATA’s even though the drives are supposed to be backward compatable.
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I have 2 mb Kingstone sticks. XP’s native drivers will allow you to boot from a SATA drive, as long as the drive is seen in the bios.
Only because I am a stubborn person. Customize The Tech Report I am having issues of course.
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No, create an account now. For anything ECS really sucks. Well, my system is saga and running fine now. Add your comment to this article You need to be a member to leave a comment. The test systems’ Windows desktops were set at x in bit color at an 85Hz screen refresh rate.