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Leave a comment Click here to cancel reply. Monday, 25th October, at 7: Thursday, 17th November, at 6: I have installed every updated driver from the site above, run Disk Management, checked the bios for SATA information, and found nothing. Thursday, 28th October, at

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Problems with Asus A7V600-X motherboard and 1TB SATA drive

Leave a comment Click here to cancel reply. Actually finding a spare drive jumper in the house was another matter entirely — but when I finally did, the drive appeared in the BIOS and everything went according to plan.

May 30, 3. Monday, 25th October, at 7: May 30, 1.

Thursday, 9th April, at Friday, 3rd September, at 9: The same exact drive shows up just fine on my newer PC. May 30, 5. One thing I’ve come across that I think may be causing it is that the drive has a 3. I bought a GB Western Digital drive, plugged it in, booted satw a Linux live CD in order to copy the data from the old drive and… nothing. Please, does anyone have any idea of what I can try next??


Its should also tell you how to place the jumpers correctly. SmooveJun 3, Time for a new hard drive.

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Friday, 29th May, at 1: Hit the power button and got a series of error beeps on repeat with a blank screen. AngryJimMay a7g600-x, Not sure if that’s the case here, but sounds logical.

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Thursday, 17th November, at 6: No sign of the new drive at all. XP booted just fine. Mail will not be published required. And they say that Linux has driver issues?!

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. Ok found one, but something went wrong.

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Saturday, 16th July, at 4: This was typically done during an OS install. Did you have to enable any settings in the BIOS to get it to recognize the drive? Forums Search Forums Recent Posts.


I assume you may not have done that though that dose not seem likely. Removed the SATA drive, got the same exact series of beeps on the next boot.

DrDoUJun 1,