This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. I take it then everyone else has the Satalink boot screen too, just mine is slightly slower? Track this discussion and email me when there are updates. I took the card back and got another card that has the Via VT chip set. Thanks a lot for the suggestion.
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I cannot think of anything else, but if I get any info I will post here.
When the computer boots, the following is displayed on my screen: Report back where you are with this right now.
I don’t want to do a low-level format, since I have windows still on the drive, and none of the other options pdi.
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I tried a PS2 keyboard – got the same results. Yes I have the silent boot mode setup in the bios. But the aim really of the thread is to ask whether it is at all possible to remove this boot screen info entirely as it still takes secs for it to disappear making my boot time even longer. Proffitt Forum moderator October 28, So my saat is that the Windows Setup won’t detect my hard satz as its installed through the PCI slot.
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If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem. Does anyone have a suggestion?
All times are GMT Sorry but my next advice isn’t the safest suggestion yet. It just sits there and nothing happens. The reason why the above message annoys the hell out of me is because it takes an extra seconds to boot up or after a restart.
Proffitt Forum moderator October 6, I took the card back and got another card that has the Via VT chip set. Full system details here: You are reporting the following post: That is with my card.
[SOLVED] Problems connecting SATA drive with PCI Controller
I installed the latest Raid drivers before I flashed to Base Bios. Windows is then able to detect and work with the drive perfectly fine.
Does someone know how I can disable this really annoying RAID message which appears immediately after the standard system checks during bootup:. Once the formatting was done, Windows recognized it just fine. Proffitt Forum moderator October 7, This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff.
Try enabling that but do go try a PS2 keyboard. The properties of the satalink in device manager states: Sorry for the wata post, or if I didn’t provide enough detail. The keyboard works fine. OK, my bad assumption. Right now the most progress I have had is having the drive detect in Windows, but in order for this to happen I disconnect the SATA data cable, boot into Windows, and reconnect the cable while the computer is running.
Did a little satx google work and found this: Wait a minute, don’t flash any bios when you are in a mess like you are.
Is there any way to have it just time out and continue? Now that I’m warned you off here it is. Working like a charm now.