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Happyrocks instructions were dead on the money. I am glad you got it resolved and I'm sure Happyrock will see this also. I am going to post in the other topic where he responded for my request for help. I just want to let him know his instructions worked perfectly. Please let us know if we can assist you further with this. Great job on your part getting everything changed and working. :thumbsup:
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Here is the picture I forgot to attach...Sorry

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OK I see Serial ATA-2 is still disabled.
If you are going to attach another hard drive internally you will need the other controller enabled.
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Happyrocks instructions were dead on the money. I am glad you got it resolved and I'm sure Happyrock will see this also. I am going to post in the other topic where he responded for my request for help. I just want to let him know his instructions worked perfectly. Please let us know if we can assist you further with this. Great job on your part getting everything changed and working. :thumbsup:



Sure thing and tell him thank you for me as well..Its all good. This motherboard has 4 SATA connectors on it so I could even add more if ever I needed to and just may do that..lol...Again thank you so much...

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OK I have this all saved on notepads for future use cause I am old so I know by the time I decide to add more hard drives I will forget..lol

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FYI we don't close topics in this part of the forum so you can always return and in your profile you can click on topics and see every topic you have started. This keeps a good hard copy for you just in case. Another way is to just bookmark this page and you can return that way also. :thumbsup:
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FYI we don't close topics in this part of the forum so you can always return and in your profile you can click on topics and see every topic you have started. This keeps a good hard copy for you just in case. Another way is to just bookmark this page and you can return that way also. :thumbsup:


Bookmark the first day I came in here and seen how awesome and helpfull everybody is and wow you all are quick to reply...I have posted in several forums and this one here was the fastes and most helpfull so you all are stuck with me here now...See you feed a cat good food they stay around... :lol:

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We are happy to have you here and I hope we have lots of information to keep you interested and reading. :thumbsup:
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We are happy to have you here and I hope we have lots of information to keep you interested and reading. :thumbsup:


Thanks and you can count on it...

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for future reference...
Serial- ATA is SATA... :thumbsup:
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