It was working for a couple of days but it will no longer boot windows XP and re-install freezes after all the drivers are loaded and it says “Windows is setting up Or do you think that the board shorting out is highly unlikely? Did you build the system yourself? Joined Jun 17, Messages 1, 0. My new machine worked for about 4 days without a problem, then died. I had to re-install windows XP last week and I came across that exact error during the installation. If the drive is not spinning up properly, the bios cannot access the drive when it is ready to turn over the system boot to the drive.
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I also have updated to the latest mobo BIOS, but to no avail. Members Current k8vy800 New profile posts Search profile posts. Already have an account?
I didn’t build it but someone else locally did.
So, I think we are dealing with a different model motherboard. Forums New posts Search forums. Again, the system worked perfectly k8vr800 three days. It’s worth a thousand words.
CGTalk | Win Xp installation problem(SATA HDD not recognized)
If all works well, then you can start thinking the Ram is the culprit. I can boot to the SATA drive.
I also built a system and had the same problem. I ran memtest for a long while and got no errors in memory. Joined Apr 2, Messages 2, 0.
GA-K8VT800 RAM Problem (I believe) HELP!
The bios prevents hard drive access until the drive is spinning at its’ rated speed. You can’t post conmments that contain an email address. It is set to IDE. Will this motherboard support gb SATA hard disc?
Download Satta, an excellent free utility, from here: I found the instructions by searching on Google for it according to my motherboard. Obviously it’s the boards, not the ram, so i thought i’d have a feel about. I tried different drives like an ATA drive swapped power supplies, swapped memory sticks. The last time I turned on it stayed on for over 10 minutes before I had to shut it down. I can tell you k88vt800 a budget build that probably uses a very poor quality generic PSU.
GA-K8VT (rev. 2.x) | Motherboard – GIGABYTE Global
How can this be resolved. Secondly, this problem has nothing at all to do with your motherboard. Its pissing me off. I can tell you are using the inboard IGP from your budget specifications. Well, having run my nice shiny new ath64 system for 3 weeks, i notice a degradation in stability, it crashes randomly, etc.
Gigabyte GA-K8VT800 REV 1.0 GA K8VT800 ATX Motherboard AMD socket 754 SATA IDE PCI
Dude make that 4, same problem, had the PC 2 days. Starnley Johnwells Level 3 Expert Answers.
Are you building PCs? Yes, my password is: If you leave the battery out for about 15 minutes with the system unplugged from the wall, that will clear your current bios settings and may fix the problem without needing to reflash the bios.
Delivery and Returns see our delivery rates and policies thinking of returning an item? This the gigabyte mobo bitch thread?
I have also the same problem when I was testing out new HDD