Originally posted by vwracer If the MB didn’t come with the drivers, you can download them from the Asus website. I think you’re misinterpreting things. Oct 19, Posts: I do have the jumper set for

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August 2nd,a7b8x It is connected to the HDD and the power source. I would still like to find the Manual for this board version.

When you say ” I can’t get the system to install the drive ” can you be more specific please? I don’t know what i’m doing wrong. The adapter cable is for both the power and the MB connections.

Now that the drive is installed, it doesn’t show up anywhere in cmos. Fri Dec 07, 4: Sat Dec 08, 1: To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Should I remove it?


ASUS A7V8X, and SATA Drive problem. – Ars Technica OpenForum

These are the options and their settings: August 26th, Sat Dec 08, 4: I do have the jumper set for Did you miss your activation email? I think I ended up using the black headers, not the red ones. I thought that by running the drivers during the installation that would update the BIOS.

I ran the Seagate Disk Utility, and it didn’t see it either.

Installing SATA HDD on ASUS A7V8X-LA Phoenix Award BIOS??

I will keep looking. Darkseid “Let there be Bacon.

Skoop Moderator et Subscriptor Registered: The drive itself won’t be reported in device manager as a SCSI drive.

The cmos isn’t showing the drive, nor the desktop.

The “adapter cables” are being used because I have SATA inputs, but did not have z7v8x cables to connect to my motherboard and I needed an adapter to be able to get power to the drive Sat Dec 08, 5: Hope it is helpful.


Fri Dec 07, 3: I have no idea if there is a jumber to correct this.

Aug 12, Posts: I downloaded it 2 days ago. I go to Device Manager, and use Everest, just to see if the Drive has been recognized. To get a sataII hardrive to work, you will need a new motherboard.

The BIOS setup screen will report what drives are installed. Disk Management doesn’t see it either. Forum only search News: QuinStreet does not include all companies or all types of products available in the marketplace.