Hangs in the BIOS boot. If someone else has another, better idea, I hope they will jump into the discussion. I have absolutely no idea why the motherboard was behaving so erratically before. In it, I have: Does anybody please have any ideas or suggestions to try to help find out the source of the problem?
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Switching off SATA RAID on Gigabyte GA-K8NF-9?
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I have done a lot of troubleshooting on it, and I have determined that I need the 64 bit SATA controller drivers, so that XP may recognize my hard drive, and then it can boot off of it and install. I’ve tried all sorts of things on saha, including disabling the raid settings in the BIOS and re-setting the CMOS, but most of the time it just refuses to boot and hangs at the message ‘detecting the array’. Sign in Already have an account?
In it, I have: There were other suggestions than yours to that effect, apparently. Dear Comcast, I won’t use your email service The drive was returned to the shop and exchanged but the problem persisted with the new drive. Friend bragging about 10 year old car with really low mileag [ Automotive ] by IowaCowboy Rental car lied to me! k8nr
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May be the problem is in the mobo and not the Saha. I’m just going by what I see in the manual. I went ahead and checked in the manual for your motherboard, which you can download here if you don’t have a copy handy: Already have an account?
Did you get things fixed, gemima brown? Video doorbell without WiFi? So, my two questions are: Are they out yet, or will I have to use the 32 bit version of Saata Does anybody please have any ideas or suggestions to try to help find out the source of the problem?
GA-K8NF-9 SATA 2 Compatible?
You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Hangs in the BIOS boot.
Well, I’m certainly not an expert here, but that’s what I thought when I read your post. And a saved copy J8nf made of the BIOS file that was on the board appears to be a different size from either of the two files available from Gigabyte.
The problem is that only sometimes does the BIOS regonise the drive, and then boot up okay, but most of the time it doesn’t and I’m not sure why. Apparently, it does work on certain motheboards.
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