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Hi, Let's take a couple of stabs in the dark since I don't have the manual for this board and with my slow dial-up, wont' download it tonight. 1. Be sure to save the changes before you exit. No change. I put an old IDE hard drive in and installed XP on it and I've been using that to access the SATA HD (when it's detected) and backup my files. navigate to this website

I can't do anything with it when the motherboard doesn't even know it exists! Usually there are files on the CD that will make a floppy if that is the method you want to use to install these drivers. The few times it has been detected I haven't bothered to mess with the boot menu. Asus P8Z68 Marvell SATA 3 Controller in RAID? https://www.asus.com/support/Download/1/21/5/1/22/

Any idea why? I even bought a new sata drive but it didnt help at all. I'm wondering: would it be worth it to try a SATA pci card? File Size 399 KBytesupdate2005/06/12 Download from Global Version1004 Description A8N-E Bios version 10041.

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  • When I installed it on the IDE disk I'm currently using, yes I did install sata drivers.
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  • It seems to me that Asus is the best mobo manufacturer out there and I haven't had any other problems with this board aside from this one.
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  • File Size 399.63 KBytesupdate2005/08/09 Download from Global Version1005 Description A8N-E Bios version 10051.Support new CPUs.
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But worth a shot for five bucks.Asus A8N-SLI PremiumSil3114 SATA controller, 2 drives in RAID 0 and 1 drive concatenatedBIOS version 1009 badgeOct 1, 2009, 2:41 AM Quote: it gave me I've got a new bios chip coming in just in case it's that, although I doubt it. File Size 399.63 KBytesupdate2005/08/09 Download from Global Version1005 Description A8N-E Bios version 10051.Support new CPUs. Thanks for everything.

Besides, it is more fun than mowing the lawn. Background - Asus A8N-E BIOS 1003, Athlon64 4000+ (San Diego), WD740GD SATA HDD (no plans to setup RAID), Windows XP Pro (SP2 Integrated) I got through the WinXP SP2 install without However, if your motherboard is capable and we can get it going, that is actually the best solution. https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/380943/asus-a8n-e-sata-driver/ My only issue with the beta BIOS is that sometimes I simply can't get into BIOS setup.

File Size 392.43 KBytesupdate2005/04/25 Download from Global Version1001 Description A8N-E Bios version 1001First Release Bios. I'll understand from now on if you don't respond for a while. That said, use the latest nforce4 specific drivers from nvidia's site, and, if using a drive that supports NCQ, install the nvidia SW IDE drivers. 2. If you can get the computer to boot some way, either with the Sata (you said it would sometimes), then I would suggest cleaning the Sata and starting again.

File Size 403.74 KBytesupdate2006/05/03 Download from Global Version1011 Description A8N-E Bios version 1011Please do read the description before updating BIOSTo avoid crashing file system, please do update the chipset driver to I think I will need the driver for the SATA controller to install Windows XP (press F6 to install 3rd party controller). yes In the NVRaid Config (manual 2.25) area, all items are Disabled? in Device Manager.

There is no Silicon SATA controller anywhere in the BIOS. 7. useful reference So I bought an add-in PCI SATA controller card with the same controller chip as my mobo in order to boot off my drives reliably. I've got an A64 3000, Thread Tools Search this Thread 07-30-2005, 02:15 PM #1 redsniper Registered Member Join Date: Jul 2005 Posts: 10 OS: Win XP Home Now then, on another forum I met a guy who had basically the same problem with a Maxtor drive and an A8N-E.

Don't forget to select the F6 when you start to load the Windows CD. You currently have 0 posts.. (Offline) Sick Willie View Public Profile Find More Posts by Sick Willie 05-25-2005, 09:26 AM #4 t0pher Registered User Join Date: Apr 2002 I've flashed the BIOS to 1005 but it doesn't seem to have made any difference. my review here In the NVRaid Config (manual 2.25) area, all items are Disabled?

ASUS P6X58D Premium is not recognizing my SATA 6 HDD's... I'm wondering: would it be worth it to try a SATA pci card? These drivers are newer and do not give WHQL errors.

This brings me to a bunch of questions: 1.

skindogg, Sep 23, 2005 skindogg, Sep 23, 2005 #4 Sep 26, 2005 #5 Raitei n00bie Messages: 3 Joined: Apr 21, 2005 I had a really bad time loading XP on the I'll understand from now on if you don't respond for a while. Still in the ADVANCED area, Select NVRaid and make sure it is disabled. 6. This is a lot of info to read but really needs to be answered so if you know what you are doing, please provide input.

Fixed K8 CPU Voltage will restore to default when resuming from S3 if overclocking CPU Voltage. Unless you're using raid, there is no reason to provide drivers while installing Windows. My good sense tells me to ask you if you have: 1) Set the boot order in the BIOS setup menu to: CDRom Floppy Sata Hard Drive (don't forget to save http://advalens.com/asus-a8n/asus-a8n-sli-drivers.html How much information is required to install Windows?