Thanks If so then how? See if that works It only has options for raid settup or repair stripped or mirrored set BB code is On. How fast is your internet?
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And those require a floppy driver load as well for a new install — at least if you want the drive to be available during setup. So that shouldn’t change anything.
I could not boot into windows on the new motherboard. Off topic here but what the hell is the point of SATA power connectors! I can start over if necessary. Abit NF7-S not recognizing hard drive. On my mobo it asks me which kind of array I would like and according to the instructions from MSI forums, to create a stripped array but only specify one hard drive for the array.
Can you boot off SATA from ABIT NF7-S?
I load them again and again and again and I’ve let this loop continue three times, each time installing the SATA drivers when prompted. Despite all of this, the board does support SATA just fine once you go through the install. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free.
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When I get to the “press f6” I load the drivers disk that was supplied with the board. Abit NF7-S not recognizing hard drive I just built a new computer and tried to boot nff7 the first time.
Both fans on the power supply are spinning.
Abit NF7-S v2 -how’s SATA on this mobo?
But the good thing about a stripped array is that data is written to and read from 2 HD’s at the same time. Mine was a little flaky. Share your knowledge at the LQ Wiki. I hope someone has an answer.
While “interesting”, it’s probably not something vital, unless you want to lower the number of PATA drives you’re using to free up a channel or something. If so, what version of Linux and how? I appreciate the help.
abit nf7-s rev and sata support: what’s the problem?
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Is there an option to boot from SCSI? I’m getting that same thing on the fan. And if so which ones to you recommend?
Seems to be no way for me to have the single SATA as a primary master Best I can do is have it as a secondary at least it’s not a papper weight The settup program installs the files and reboots. There are two options to enable or disable in bois to do with SATA. Full power-cycle would bring it back. Will I have any issues during the XP install? Then I partition and format the drive.