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i am really harrassing you guys aren't I? anyways, i got SATA on my comp, and i can't get my system to boot off it, and it is wierd, i install all the drivers, boot og my SATA floppy, install my boot files for my SATA and it says boot error!!!! BAH! plz help <_<
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I'm sure it's a BIOS setting, have you looked in the motheboard manual?
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yes i have, i have it enabled in the bios and everything, so...ay more seggestions? oh, btw, it is a SATA 150, if that matters
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i am really harrassing you guys aren't I? anyways, i got SATA on my comp, and i can't get my system to boot off it, and it is wierd, i install all the drivers, boot og my SATA floppy, install my boot files for my SATA and it says boot error!!!!  BAH! plz help  <_<

Needs some hardware specs...

Motherboard? GA-K8NNXP, exp...
Controler card too? Promise..., exp...
Drive manuf.? Maxtor, exp...
SATA Controler manuf.? Silicon Image Si3112 etc.

I had a very similar problem.

Oh, what OS too...

Edited by DracKul, 12 July 2004 - 06:14 PM.

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it is a ABIT NS7-S, with onboard SATA controler, am running Win xp, and the HD i am tyring to hook up is a maxtor, it is a regualr IDE HD, but my mobo came with an adapter for it, and SATA controler manufacturer is i belive silicone image, as you made an example of
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