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how to use the NF7-S Serial ATA device???

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aenima1724

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#1
I hooked my only HD up using the serial ata device that came with my NF7-S...in bios, i set serial ata to boot first... but it doesnt detect it. why not? :confused:

and i do have the drivers, that came with it, installed in windows, if that matters.
 

Taurus

hardware monkey
#2
1) do you see a raid bios setup screen for a few seconds before windows starts?
2) does the harddrive have even a bootable os on it?
 

Fenris

OSNN Senior Addict
#3
after the power on selft tests the next screen it should say press ctrl-s or f4 to enter raid setup. Im assuming that is where you can set it up. I was thinking of doing that but it seemed like more trouble than it was worth but if you notice any diffrence between that and using IDE cables please post it.
:)
 
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aenima1724

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#4
the molex connector or whatever had a wire hanging out just a little, so i pushed it back in and it's working now.

but thanks for trying to help :D

ive only had the comp for a few days and i never ran any benchmark tests or anything before so i cant really tell if its running any faster...but it seems to be running at normal speed or just little bit faster...if that helps you any :rolleyes:
 

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