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Building A Computer And I Get A MBUltra 133 Is Not Installed
Users of DVdoctor.net need to reset their passwordhere. Does a warm restart make any difference? In the first intance, because there was no OS on the new HD it couldn't boot from it so it ground to a halt when it came to the end of Now, i am having problems with booting. weblink
I've tried flashing bios, and almost everything. I reccomend that one. There's more room behind the hard drives for those cables, which means you can close the case without stuffing them in. I thought this would put everything into a ATA mode and would stop searching for a RAID array. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f15/solved-mbultra133-pdc20276-bios-not-installed-because-there-are-no-drives-attache-218336.html
try to downlaod partiton magic it might solve your prblem!! ... If you aren't using a brand new drive, you may have to format it first. All you need are the files in the "XP" folder. It'll copy all the necessary files to your disk and reboot a number of times in the process.
- id say the mobo boots faster than most others.
- i know when i disabled the promise chip it halved my startup time.
- I assume you want to install and OS on the Primary IDE 1 master HD. (I'll assume that IDE1 is the first IDE device, although it is quite common for it
- Make sure to get everything back into the same position as before.
- Dont know if it is too late but I will still try to pass on something I learned.
- Disable it and then save bios and reboot, Also unless your using lan,onboard audio, switch them off as well.
- One goes directly into your graphics card, the other into the motherboard near your CPU.
- Then be sure to screw in your card -- don't rely on your motherboard slot to carry all that weight!
- Find your primary hard drive (if you have more than one), click on the "Unallocated Space" partition, and hit Next.
well, not the best... Copyright 2014 All Enthusiast, Inc Powered by: vBulletinCopyright ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. restart the machine. ... Good luck.
Then during initial install of XP you will be asked to select F6 to load additional drivers, press F6 and insert the floppy drive with the RAID drivers (downloaded from the If your email address has changed since you first registered, thencontact us. Primary Chanel : Drive 0 not found Secondary Chanel : Drive 0 not found The BIOS is disabled I am use WIndows XP SP2, P.IV 2.00 GHz, Memory 256 MB In Enjoy your new custom-built machine, and be sure to come back tomorrow for more useful PC-building resources, as well as a handful of fun projects you can take on with your
Something about Gigabyte? (before W2k loads) If so try pressing the TAB key, that might show the info you are after. Check for loose wires or anything out of the ordinary. I can get into the main AMIBIOS v3.31a menu by pressing delete on boot, and confirm that the FD, Primary IDE Master and ROM Drive Slave are all recognised (the Maxtor you can select IDE or SATA drive.
Press F2 to go to the system setup, then press arrow down to highlight Standard CMOS feature, then press enter. You'll have to do this quite a few times, but eventually it should stop serving you notifications and you'll be all up to date. I am sure there was on the supplied CD, though I had downloaded the newest version from the website. plss help!
Otherwise mine boots up and runs fine, till I get into 3Dgames where I have all kinds of problems, but thats another story. have a peek at these guys You can download it to floppy and Flash upgrade from the BIOS, no special flash utility is required. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices lifehackerDeadspinGizmodoJalopnikJezebelKotakuLifehackerThe RootVideoindexSkilletTwo CentsVitalsApp directoryGearHow to Build a Computer, Lesson 4: Installing Your Operating SystemWhitson Gordon8/04/11 6:30pmFiled to: Night SchoolDIYComputersHardwareOperating SystemsLifehacker night schoolClipsLifehacker I have the 8IHXP board and had to figure a lot of things out.
Detecting....... You might also want to check your floppy drive connection. System Info: In the main bios menu, under Integrated Peripherals, the onboard Promise Chip is set to ATA. check over here Could I of misapplied the artic silver on my cpu?
i.e. If you are using the IDE function use the IDE drivers and follow the previous steps. Polarity doesn't matter for that cable, although it can for some other ones.
That goes to the positive (+) terminal on the stupidly tiny cable-keeper or the stupidly tiny pins on the motherboard.
by Sean Hollister 1:10 Close Drag It's never been easier to build a computer. No C drive when using boot disk. Mike __________________ Speak kindly to me, beloved master. Here's the trick: On the back of each stupidly tiny cable, there's a black arrow.
When I start up the computer, right after the front bios screen, it shows -- ------------------------ MBUltra133 (PDC20276) (tm) BIOS Version 2.20.1020.13 (c) 1999-2001 Prromise Technology, INC. Alan [This message has been edited by Alan Walker (edited 15 November 2002).] Top Login or register to post comments November 15, 2002 - 17:14 #7 jimmy the jock Offline Joined: If you want to know more about your BIOS options, our friends at the How-To Geek have a nice rundown of useful tweaks, so check that out when you have some http://lebos.org/building-a/building-a-computer-would-appreciate-a-second.php This board is ranked one of the best VIA KT333 boards out there, however I still like the ASUS A7V333.
Turn your computer off and re-check the connection if necessary. Drives wouldn't format until we installed the OS onto the RAID -- but it wouldn't install completely. Rantaman (#6) MikeSniper Videocard: Processor: Mainboard: Memory: Soundcard: PSU: 10-06-2002, 17:41 | posts: n/a Disable onboard RAID through the BIOS MikeSniper (#7) Vyrticl Master Guru Don't install any other drivers from that CD just yet.
Results the same. Trev Top Login or register to post comments × Start your question with What, Why, How, When, etc. I checked the wires, and nothing seems to have come loose. Cheers Alan Top Login or register to post comments November 17, 2002 - 03:08 #14 Searcher22 Offline Joined: Oct 1 2000 Try searching and posting to these forums http://www.ocworkbench.com/ocwbcgi/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=forum&f=18 http://www.sysopt.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?s=&forumid=9 I
Mike __________________ Speak kindly to me, beloved master. If so, you've got to create a RAID array to be able to boot off it in the RAID configuration. The straight end goes into your motherboard, and the right-angle connector goes into the drive. are you using an 80 way cable?
Let me say this loud and clear: Your graphics card needs to be plugged into a slot on the motherboard. Josh Miller/CNET Desktops by Sean Hollister April 13, 2016 5:00 AM PDT @starfire2258 Up Next No faking it, Facebook rakes it in Building a PC? 5 rookie mistakes -- and how if you need anything else let me know.