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Posted 10 May – I have spent hour and hours trying to get around this problem to no avail. Edited by shaokahn, 19 May – And they say that Linux has driver issues?! Posted 11 May – Did you have to enable any settings in the BIOS to get it to recognize the drive?
If you need to reset your password, click here. Find More Posts by HappyTux. Thursday, 9th April, at If I go to safe mode, it gets stuck at agp Generally, the entire file system will either become read-only, or entirely inaccessible until the machine is rebooted.
SATA HD not detected in VIA ASUS motherboard – Tech Support Forum
asis Visit the following links: Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list. I plugged it into the SATA 1 slot on the bottom of the motherboard and also the power cable.
SATA HD not detected in VIA ASUS motherboard
If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. If I unplug the HDD. I bought a Satw Western Digital drive, plugged it in, booted to a Linux live CD in order to copy the data from the old drive and… nothing. Friday, 29th May, at 1: What kind of power supply is in the machine?
SATA HD not detected using VIA ASUS motherboard – System Building and Upgrading
Friday, 3rd September, at 9: Posted 13 May – Friday, 29th May, at 5: Sometimes the machine will stay up for as long as a week or two sometimes less than a few hours. Next what file system is in use? I drew a diagram in mspaint to show how most things are connected instead of explaining it all. Thanks a million, this is such a simple fix that would have taken forever to figure out if it were not for your entry to this blog.
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Cheap generic power supplies that come in standard cases are not really the best and can cause glitches like this if one of these do you have access to a good brand name one like Enermax, Antec, OCZ HardWare Initiate failed, please check device!!!
Do you have another floppy or computer with a floppy drive? I even wrote a small program that continuously executes smartctl and logs the results to another machine via network just in case the drive failure was preventing useful data from being logged to a file on the machine.
Do you see any jumper pins or instructions on the sticker on the hard drive? Not sure if the drive is dead or alive