I expected the hard drive to have a jumper included, which it did not. I don’t know and it sounds like you have attempted everything else. Friday, 29th May, at 1: RSS feed for comments on this post. Could that be causing me issues?
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Asus A7v / Seagate SATA drive problem
Back to Computer Help forum 12 total posts. Thursday, 28th October, at Flaming or offending other users Illegal activities: I installed it in my computer, hooked up the sata power, and data cable, and turned on my computer. Thursday, 9th April, at I thought the easiest thing to do would be to get a floppy, so I borrowed one from a friend Thanks for great advices!
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I expected the hard drive to have a jumper included, which it did not. This may not apply. That is, as opposed to saying: Ive never had a problem with Sata drives before and nobody else seems to be experiencing similar problems SATA jumpers I am seeing the opposite results.
No sign of the new drive at all. Am I missing something?
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I bought a GB Western Digital drive, plugged it in, booted to a Linux live CD in order to copy the data from the old drive and… nothing. You are reporting the following post: As a note, the Sata connectors on the motherboard where fairly dusty Thank you for helping us maintain CNET’s great community.
Yea, I’ve heard some more problems. Monday, 25th October, at 7: I found it very easily and I don’t own. Friday, 29th May, at 5: I had to download the DLT here http: Friday, 29th May, at 1: Yes, my password is: Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post.
SATA HDD not recognized at all
W7v600 don’t know if has something to do with the bios, the jumper, or the tools I’ve used to format it. In fact, I’m quite miffed about this, because one of my last-effort guesses was to stick a jumper in here and see what happens – but I didn’t bother when I saw that message. Please, does anyone have any idea of what I can try next??
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I was so impressed that I ordered a second hard drive just like the first for backups. Promote cracked software, or other illegal content Offensive: