Re: Gigabyte Board and ATA 100

Discussion in 'Gigabyte' started by T Thome, Aug 22, 2003.

  1. T Thome

    T Thome Guest

    "Just Wondering" <> wrote in message
    news:Hy51b.237386$...
    > 2 of my 3 hard drives are ATA-100 while the 3rd is ATA 133, my CD burner

    is
    > ATA 33, a standard thing I guess. I have master/slaved the Burner

    (samsung)
    > and my boot drive, a Fujitsu 20g, in the bios I can select AUTO detection

    of
    > the cable (ATA33/66/100) It seems when I use a 80 pin cable, either the
    > board or my burner don't like it. I have to leave it set to auto or

    manually
    > select the ATA33 setting, otherwise when I boot it does not recognize my
    > Hard Drive or burner, it will have all sorts of gibberish where is lists

    the
    > make of the hard drive.


    I would suspect the cable first, and then double check the jumpers on the
    drives.

    Tim
     
    T Thome, Aug 22, 2003
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