a7n266 Hard drive size limit

Discussion in 'Asus' started by mrw, Nov 29, 2003.

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    mrw Guest

    Does anyone happen to know a hard drive size limit for the Asus a7n266? I
    tried to throw in a 200GB WD only to have lots of problems with the bios
    picking it up. I looked on Asus's website, but found nothing. None of
    of their bios revisions mentioned fixing any hd problems, I flashed the
    bios anyway, but I had no luck. I have googled and found nothing on this
    topic. A moderated asus board doesn't happen to exist, does it?
    mrw, Nov 29, 2003
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    BoB Guest

    BoB, Nov 29, 2003
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    Rob Stow Guest

    That link is for the A7V266 series, not the A7N266.
    Ie., it is for Via chipset boards, not nForce.

    There does not appear to be a corresponding article for
    the A7N266 boards.

    FWIW, I use a Promise Ultra133 card because I
    could not get my A7N266-VM board to see all of a
    200 GB WD drive. It identified the drive as being
    127 MB. The BIOS version didn't make any difference
    for me either.

    Note also that in order to be able to boot from a drive
    attached to that Promise card, I had to disable the
    IDE controllers on the motherboard.
    Rob Stow, Nov 29, 2003
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    BoB Guest

    You are right but the same applies, I saw a chart from asus posted a while
    back, anything with a 5,6 or 7 th gen bios in that era supports larger hd's!
    BoB, Nov 29, 2003
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    Tone-EQ Guest

    Does anyone happen to know a hard drive size limit for the Asus a7n266? I
    Check this page for the answer:

    Tony. (tony.cue(at)tiscali.co.uk)

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    Asus A7N8X Deluxe (Revision 1.04, BIOS 1006)
    AMD AthlonXP 2400+ @ 2800+ (TBred-B, 13.5 x 166, 1.7VCore)
    1Gb (2 x 512) Samsung PC3200 400Mhz DDR RAM Dual Channel
    Tone-EQ, Nov 29, 2003
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