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Old 22-Feb-2005, 13:43   #1
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HELP Bloody HDDs

Asus P5GDC Deluxe i915P, ATX, DDDR2-533 / DDDR400, Gbit Lan, USB 2.0, 1394, 8Ch Audio, SATA, Raid


Anyone know how to get SATA Seagate drive, working with 2 Maxtor ATA drives?

Had this prob for a while now I cant seem to get all 3 drives working 2 Gether. The SATA is now setup and working fine but when I add the 2 Maxtor ATA drives 2 the free IDE0/RAID Channel it dosen't pick them up. Ne ideas?
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you need to go to the technical forums your get more useful help in there
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I was under the impression that you could only use SATA HDD's with SATA motherboards.

However, I am a nub, therefore I could be wrong.
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I don't quite know how it works with the 915P chipset but with my 875P with ICH5-R, there are two modes that the southbridge can run in, legacy and native. There might be something similar on yours. If there is, change it and see what happens.

You'll probably find it under the integrated peripherals or advanced chipset features of your BIOS.
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