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It will not boot at all. Do you then see: A little later, you will be prompted to install the drivers.
ASUS A7N8X Deluxe – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – nForce2 SPP Series
Edited by AustrAlien, 15 September – It is no use connecting that device raaid this time. I have to shutdown and turn off PS for a min and then it will boot up Yes, all references will be to GB drive but also apply to both drives.
This conversation is currently closed to new comments. Refer to Dalton’s rid for a fix for that item. Several functions may not work. Complete power down at the same point when trying to load window to USB drive. I can’t tell you anything better than this option is probably in your main BIOS, since the option is built into your mainboard.
Find More Posts by rjlee. Back to Hardware Forum 1 total post Page 1 of 1. Either way that is fixed. I am no longer getting an option for 3rd party SCSI only time I have seen the drive reconized, see first post.
It boots fine but now I get blue screen often saying that windows is shutting down to avoid harm to my components.
I tried both headers with just the gb and then both SATA drives. The time now is I hate it when I go so long pulling hair out troubleshooting when there is ultimately nothing you can do to fix it short of replacement.
Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers. Is this what you are referring to in your first post “My MB will see the. Posted 26 September – Find More Posts by vharishankar View Blog. Click here to Register a free account now!
Asus A7N8x Deluxe and two NON RAID SATA Drives – TechRepublic
The GB drive was listed there. Easy part is getting windows loaded.
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If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. I loaded windows on a 32G flash drive not the one used now 2 days ago with no issue other than blue screen of death after XP rebooted PC to install windows.
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I will try to report the error messages in another post, because I am unable to copy and paste the boot-up messages here. Using the site is easy and fun.
What do you see happening on-screen?