Could the registry file need changes for the ep35 board? However, when I try to boot off a CD, it doesn’t get anywhere. I learn a metric ton from this forum, and have also been wrong many times myself. Well, my other drive is a non-windows-native truecrypt safe. SongCraft Max Output Level:

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Feb 11, Posts: However, when I try to boot off a CD, it doesn’t get anywhere.

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I will be running only three drives in the new system -all sata: American by Choice Registered: Thank goodness I didn’t. If its an array then yes you will need drivers. The Seagate I’m taking over intact with a lot of important data on it. Joined Dec Posts 1. It’s a lot easier than it sounds This may be of interest to anyone experiencing similar difficulties.


I waited minutes like the instructions said, powered it down and back up, and it said it has version The rest of the manufacturers are RAM agnostic. Would that cause any other Bad Things to happen with my existing data on the Seagate?

Go to the Intel website and download the drivers. Do you have access to the Internet?

Will that give me some sort of performance boost that the IDE emulation thingie does not? Sat Aug 04, 7: I’ve never built a SATA system. Intel wisely supplied a floppy disk for a motherboard which can’t support a floppy drive. Not a native English speaker.

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I should have put that device to the right driver, but that was all still in native or legacy IDE mode. They all need DDR3.

My problem is that I don’t have the.

Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name. I worked for a day for the solution itself. If that doesn’t work, I suppose I’ll dump the board and try something else.


So, thanks again for the great suggestion. inhel

Results to of No need to be so hard on yourself. This requires installing the RAID drivers, which come on a floppy.

Intel DP35DP and SATA?

Twigman Max Output Level: I built another computer with it, and it’s performing well in software development. Burn them on a disk, use a USB stick, or use the network to install those drivers.

EDIT on second day after post: I’m going to try just a Unetbootin Ubuntu flash drive and see if that works, which I doubt; I will update this post with the results.