Master Sata & Ata Slave
If SATA is set to boot first in the BIOS it will boot off the installation on the SATA drive, if I change it to check out the IDE channels first so then i hooked up the master connection, and went into settings, and changed my main drive to the new 300 gig. In the BIOS screens you should find a setting in addition to the normal boot order to choose which hard drive to boot to. Ask a new question Read More Hard Drives SATA Storage Related Resources solved SATA to PATA, Master/Slave configuration? check over here
No, create an account now. Connect the drive and see whether your OS sees the new drive. Sep 18, 2005 SATA master IDE slave Apr 21, 2007 IDE master, Sata slave Dec 19, 2007 Add New Comment You need to be a member to leave a comment. For example, a modern SSD is likely to support the SATA III standard, also known as SATA 6.0Gb/s.
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utility ( as there was a problem with the Acronis download ) and the problem is solved!! I will not explain slip streaming at this point. Sep 18, 2005 How to make SATA HDD as master and slave Jul 26, 2012 How to set up master and slave on Hard Drives?
Do I need a better imaging program to copy "all" that's needed for a seemless transition? The computer doesnt even see the new hard drive, becuase there is no master or slave ATA to begin with. Wouldn't hurt to take the IDE drive completely out of the boot order either. Sata Hard Drive Slave Jumper Setting Off-Topic Tags How-tos Drivers Ask a Question Computing.NetForumsGeneral HardwareHard Drives Sata Master HD with ATA Slave HD Tags:Amd athelon / X64HDIDESATAproblemsDrive caes4 January 4, 2009 at 21:15:47 Specs: Win XP Home
TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. Master Slave Hard Drive Setup Ask a question and give support. Also tried pugging IDE HD into IDE slot 2. -tried putting jumper of IDE HD as master. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/sata-master-and-slave.78901/ Jul 5, 2007 #5 Nodsu TS Rookie Posts: 5,837 +6 There are no master/slave jumpers on SATA drives, because master/slave terms just don't apply here!
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Back to top #5 dragonfly69uk dragonfly69uk faq.asianfanatics.net AF-newbie 508 posts Posted 07 October 2005 - 02:05 AM there is no setting on sata, it's the order on motherboard, ie if you visit As far as I know, Windows sets the first partition of the boot drive as C:, regardless of master/slave/SATA/SCSI/whatever. How To Slave A Sata Hard Drive In Windows 7 Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now How To Slave A Hard Drive Back to top #3 maskedchan maskedchan faq.asianfanatics.net Members+ 409 posts Posted 06 October 2005 - 05:31 PM y u wan to make the ATA to b master..doesnt matter which one is
Seems the controllers wanted RAID setups. Jun 7, 2007 #5 SNGX1275 TS Forces Special Posts: 10,715 +397 Also CCT and whoever else following this, you won't need to do any fancy jumper settings with your IDE As far as which hard drive is the system drive, if the IDE drive is clean (formatted) and disconnected I can't see how any boot files can be written to it. this content Jun 6, 2007 #4 Mictlantecuhtli TS Evangelist Posts: 4,345 +11 The boot partition in Windows is the one that contains boot.ini, NTLDR and NTDETECT.COM.
No, create an account now. Sata Master Slave Jun 23, 2007 #11 TomBrooklyn TS Rookie I have a Dell Dimension 4600 purchased 02/04 and I want to do the same thing as the OP, install a SATA drive and Ask a question and give support.
My computer always sees the SATA drives in the boot sequence before the IDE drives though so I'm having trouble.
A few years ago, before SATA, adding a second hard drive was made more complicated due to the fact that PATA (also known as EIDE) required a master/slave relationship. No problem: just buy and install another hard drive. All Rights ReservedAd Choices The information on Computing.Net is the opinions of its users. Sata Multipliers that offered an upgrade to Acronis True Image ( The Seagate Utility is powered by Acronis ) for 40% off!!!!
Usually, the BIOS will attempt to boot from each drive in order, which means you can set your DVD drive to first and the hard drive on which Windows is installed This is what the case in my machine, that it says no "Master disk is detected" and asks for "F1" to be pressed to resume, when booting. I'll be thankful if someone can just give me the straight dope on this....If it helps I'm running two SATA hard drives and an SATA DVD burner. http://creavisiondigital.com/hard-drive/master-slave-hd-problem.php Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users.
Report • #8 caes4 January 5, 2009 at 19:18:34 I think it is sata I.Go to the seagate website and on the top right hand corner type in st3160827as and search See how that works. Jun 6, 2007 #1 CCT TS Evangelist Posts: 2,653 +6 This is my understanding - hopefully someone will correct me if I am wrong (edit: I will edit until I FYI, I think what is happening is this.
Go to Disk Management and see what the disk type is. Disconnect the IDE and boot to WinXP. my question is... All Rights Reserved.
Also tried no jumper (slave setting)PROBLEM:- Upon installation of WinXP at partition/format screen, it lists the 2 hard drives. Join the community here. Start the computer and then once into Windows shut it off and connect the 2nd Drive to the connector labeled 2. Your motherboard might have some SATA II ports (running at 3Gb/s) and some SATA III ports.
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