When I get home tonight I will check the bios setting which theabove posted for me. Thanks Ikya, I’ll look for the thread now and check the Raid settings when I get home from work. Nov 18, Posts: Mine’s plugged in, has been from the very start. Off topic here but what the hell is the point of SATA power connectors! Nevarre Ars Legatus Legionis Tribus:
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Or how about RAID? This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux abif and network administrator, trainer and consultant. I’ve checked and the fan is running So that shouldn’t change anything.
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You may have to register before you can post: Every now and then, the board wouldn’t successfully restart. No problems either way,and gaming’s been fine. Mine was a little flaky.
I know in alot of other mobos that dont have the option to boot to SCSI this is jf7 option used. If I enable both the Raid bois takes over at boot and I’m told I don’t have enough hdd’s for this obviously as it’s reffering to a raid settup and I only have one SATA installed and if I bomb out of that and continue to load the winsettup I get the error about n7f suitable media for insallation.
A stripped array with 1 HD?!?!?! I had called Western Digital tech support before your posts and they told me about hitting F6 and installing the driver from floppy. I could not boot into windows on the new motherboard. Sat Jul 30, 6: 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?
No long term damage, but not all that reliable either. Is there an option to boot from SCSI? It kept bringing me back to a screen where it asks if you want to enter windows normally or go aibt safe mode. I am so frustrated.
From what I’ve read installing a modded bios posted here will fix the problem but it dosen’t work for me: Nov 18, Posts: For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. If it doesn’t use an SI controller, then it’s probably a Promise.
In the bios under “Intergrated peripherials” spelling? About the Abit NF7-S motherboard. Thanks Ikya, I’ll look for the thread now and check the Raid settings when I get home from work. What continuum notes is true for my Asus board, and probably for the Abit as well.
Abit NF7-S v SATA problem
Sat Jul 30, 5: Once you have formated and partitioned maybe you should restart with XP cd and load drivers again because you might have formated over them?? If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. There are two options to enable or disable in bois to do with SATA.
Try taking out your old harddrive then install SATA harddrive and windows then make your old harddrive slave and put it back in your computer.
Abit NF7-S v2 -how’s SATA on this mobo?
Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Despite all of this, the board does support SATA just fine once you go through the install.
The time now is