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Thanks for the references I'll give em a shot and see how it works out. I flashed the bios to the latest version, and did some minor adjustments to the hardware swapped out sata, power cables but still nothing. I'm going to pop my harddrive out and see if there is anything visible before i go and do what gunderman says. After it timed out it failed to boot windows, whereas when it emulates an IDE drive, I am able to boot windows, but it immediately skips over sata slot 2 when posting straight to slot 3 where the DVD rom drive is. Asus Maximus Formula AMI when I rewired the thing I had to move both my hard drives around to get the wires to conform my case is relatively tight.
I definetly overtightened both the hard drives screws, but the velociraptor is only a 2. What is curious about my over tightening theory is it took a week and a half for the hard drive to fail.
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Is it possible for that long of a delay? Asus Maximus Formula AMI Jul 8, Ok- I have a new theory, I was checking up on possibly shorting out a hard drive, and it mentioned, maybe not shorting out, but damaging a hard drive by overtightening the screws. I am sorry that you are still having the problem. Both of your drives are SATA drives and the Asus Maximus Formula AMI is your boot drive. What happens if you connect your working velociraptor drive to the Seagate's cable? Same slot, different cable? Have you checked the pins on the Seagate itself? Sometimes when you connect male and female plugs sorry, double-E lingoa pin on the male plug can miss the hole in the female plug.
The result is that the pin gets bent. Be sure to inspect the male pins on the drive and check that they are straight. I fixed a client's system once that had this problem.
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Can you post the URL reference for the over tightened screws? Why did you set the bios to emulate IDE devices? Is it back to SATA? I have not checked the pins on the seagate itself, but will do that when I have taken it out.
The bios offers 3 settings for sata devices plugged into it. I found the Asus Maximus Formula AMI screw references, not for similar drives, through a google search. Here is one result: When the slot is the same and the cable is different the velociraptor still boots but it takes about 20 seconds longer to boot windows than when it is slot one. That is very twisted terminology. Vista defaults to RAID.
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Did you know that you can't change this setting without reinstalling the operating system? Seems like lots of folks and Vista users run this way. I don't know who came up with the terminology used by the E but they strike me as deeply conflicted. Come to think of, make sure that your drives are connected to the same ports as when you installed Asus Maximus Formula AMI OS. I am using XP Pro.
Wierdly enough when I installed my OS to the Velociraptor, it along with my cd rom drive were plugged into ports 5 and 6. Those two items are now plugged into 1 and 3 and it has no problem recognizing them.
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