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It states : Xpress Recovery2 supports only PATA hard disks and not SATA hard disks on the following motherboards (As this is a BIOS-related issue, it can be solved by BIOS update) GA-K8N Pro-SLI i have Sence updated the bios to Version F9 Date 02/10/2006 i used the @bios software to do this but still cannot install xpress recovery 2 is there something I have to change in the bios so it detects SATA Drive instead of IDE Because When I try to setup Recovery 2 from The disk I get Ide drive is not existance or all primary partion are occupied I have installed all the updates from The Gigabyte website but still cannot Fix this one issue 8O Please Help :! Thats right on my board its Control F1 Gives additional Bios Features Enables you to alter Clock Speeds etc and enable SMART for HDD I can`t understand why I get message HDD is full though when it is not.
Im Trying to install the xpress Recovery 2 On my hard drive I have a serial ATA drive but on Gigabytes website Guide_L... Anyone else with Gigabyte MB been able to get Xpress Recovery2 working ?
The Gigabyte GA-K8N Ultra-SLI continues the Gigabyte tradition of heavily accessorizing their medium to high-end motherboard products. The GA-K8N Ultra SLI features most every device on the PCB so the amount of accessories that plug in is rather limited.
There’s no need for a PCI mounted sound port and 4 USB ports and 2 Gigabit ethernet ports on the backplane will meet the needs of the majority of PC consumers.
The 64GB bug manifests itself as a hang at the configuration table.
I get to the point where I choose to do a clean install and I see my hd in the list but it asks for drivers for hd or mb. Got that so HD showed up first when posting and in bios. Skill (will upgrade later) - Cooler Master GX 550w - Samsung LCD Monitor (1440x900...
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If you have it set to SATA in the bios, what it is most likely asking ofr is the SATA drivers.