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Abit NF7-S v SATA problem
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By Vallis in forum PressF1. So just click upper link to Abit. Here’s what I have posted on the Atomic Forums: Select driver conttoller download.
Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Abit nf7 raid read through both of those threads, and posted in one of them.
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Obtaining the driver brand is crucial for making the effort to acquire the right updated abit nf7 sata drivers. I have tried with boot comtroller Here s where you can download Free.
I’ve controloer heaps of other ppl with the same problem as mine and it’s seems to be something to do with the bios for the onboard SATA controler. I load them again and again and again and Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Windows 7 Professional bit My Heat. This is the link http: Try taking out your old harddrive then install SATA harddrive and windows then make your old harddrive slave and put it back in your computer.
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Having a problem logging in? When I get to the “press f6” I load the raix disk that was supplied with the board. Then I partition and format the drive. If i do a hard cold reboot then abit nf7 raid device will be detected again.
From what I’ve read installing a modded bios posted here will fix the problem but it dosen’t work for me: I’ve let this loop continue three times, each time installing the SATA drivers when prompted. If you need to reset your password, click here. Two questions abou this: Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Basically the bios isn’t reading the SATA drive and therefore as far as it’s concerned it dosen’t exist.