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Group: Senior Member Posts: 2,755 Joined: Jan 2007 From: Huntington Beach QUOTE(linkinpark @ Nov 25 2007, 02:32 PM)If u read from WD caviar for sata max 160gb and Below is the list of ASUS P4V8X-X Server Motherboard drivers for download. Find More Posts by pcardout 01-16-2009, 11:08 AM #6 Theoutdoorsman Member Registered: Sep 2003 Distribution: Mandriva 2009 Posts: 142 Rep: I'm pretty certain your problem lies in the ACPI We adding new asus drivers to our database daily, in order to make sure you can download the latest asus drivers in our site. Source

batch script to upload csv to... I thought you might be interested...... ;-) http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...se....-696526/ Theoutdoorsman View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by Theoutdoorsman Thread Tools Show Software ▼ Security and Virus Office Software PC Gaming See More... If that's the case, is that means I need to put in the jumper on the right position for the SATA II drive so that the VIA chipset could detect it?BTW,

You have 2 drives, so that should work. They are not showing up in the bios. Download / Print this Topic Download this topic in different formats or view a printer friendly version. So I had to reinstall Windows also.

There is a MakeDisk.exe utility in that driver package, and that is what you run to make the floppy. This looks like kind of a unusual mobo. BIOS setting have an influence on what linux sees, loads, and can, and an update may be an improvement. Disable the ACPI function within BIOS and you should be good to go.

File Size 7.07 MBytesupdate2004/03/08 Download from Global Version2.10A Description VIA VT6420 (VT8237) SATA RAID Driver Package Version 2.10a WHQL. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. In face, I used NT5. LinuxQuestions.org > Forums > Linux Forums > Linux - Hardware Linux compatibility with ASUS P4V8X-X Mother Board User Name Remember Me?

We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below. To Download ASUS P4V8X-X Server Motherboard Drivers you should Download Our Driver Software of Driver Navigator. then the setup can detect the harddisk. Good Luck Last edited by thorkelljarl; 01-16-2009 at 11:29 AM.

That screen only displays devices on the PRI_IDE1 and SEC_IDE1 ports. If only you installed OS onto it. If you could obtain more RAM, your linux experience might improve. clanx Nov 24 2007, 10:33 PM Show posts by this member only | Post #4 Getting Started Group: Junior Member Posts: 172 Joined: Oct 2006

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when try other linux like mandriva adn knoppix it just cannot detect the sata HDD, it maybe couse with driver for the sata drive. this contact form To get around this, you need to add the "acpi=off" string to the "menu.lst" file once linux is installed. I have installed Mandriva 2009 on my ASUS P4V8X-X motherboard system with a 1TB SATA2 Hitachi hard drive. In case your not sure exactly where to add the string, here's a sample of what mine looks like: Code: title linux kernel (hd0,4)/boot/vmlinuz BOOT_IMAGE=linux root=UUID=206fe079-dfa7-4291-b4a2-223df6ef3634 resume=UUID=d2465490-de3a-11dd-8b0b-01a86f4495df splash=silent acpi=off vga=788 initrd

lookie2~http://www.wdc.com/en/products/index.asp?cat=3 linkinpark Nov 25 2007, 02:32 PM Show posts by this member only | Post #18 Casual Group: Junior Member Posts: 394 Joined: Jan 2003 From: 朱睛溪路

QUOTE(hafiez If so, you need to remember that Windows will probably want the ACPI function to be re-enabled prior to booting. Need to do some research on that though...thanks for all the clue so how u make sat hdd as a slave to pata hdd,is it possible?can u share it with me have a peek here Once these steps are completed, it should boot/install fine.

Last edited by Theoutdoorsman; 01-16-2009 at 11:25 AM. I have download the freespire linux and xubuntu then try to boot the live cd but it just the same case. ** i have partition the hardisk using Partition Magic and The dialog should allow you to choose "VIA Serial ATA RAID Controller", and that is what you want.

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  1. Your board will accept NO MORE than two gig of that particular ram.
  2. File Size 421.97 KBytesupdate2004/04/23 Download from Global Version1004 Description P4V8X-X BIOS 1004First release File Size 447.51 KBytesupdate2003/12/02 Download from Global AUDIO (1) Version5.12.01.3663 Description SoundMAX Audio Driver version 5.12.01.3663 WHQL driver
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  4. After your install CD is finished, you can still go into fdisk and see how it set up your partitions.
  5. It's the sort of thing I was looking for.
  6. Good Luck I fully agree with this.
  7. Remember, the chipset is VT8237 and strangely, it'll appears that the driver is meant for Win2003 Server instead of Win XP but it still works so nvm.
  8. Install it via the Add New Hardware method and get ready with the file from viaarena.The master way would requires the jumper trick, restart and slipstreaming the driver into the Win
  9. There, create an array on your drives before starting Windows Setup.

If you'd like to contribute content, let us know. Meaning, your Windows will probably not boot without enabling ACPI. Off-Topic Tags How-tos Drivers Ask a Question Computing.NetForumsGeneral HardwareBIOS p4v8x-x motherboard cant detect sata dvd driv Tags:DVDDrivemotherboardSATA user1364 December 15, 2010 at 14:51:52 Specs: Windows XP, 2.13/512mb i want to use The time now is 10:25 AM.

Search this Thread 07-11-2004, 12:13 AM #1 sulakshana LQ Newbie Registered: Jul 2004 Posts: 1 Rep: Linux compatibility with ASUS P4V8X-X Mother Board Hi everyone! linkinpark Nov 25 2007, 12:26 PM Show posts by this member only | Post #13 Casual Group: Junior Member Posts: 394 Joined: Jan 2003 From: 朱睛溪路

According to Your motherboard is not listed, but others work (at least they work better than you describe). Check This Out They are not showing up in the bios.

pcardout View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Visit pcardout's homepage! Hopefully you haven't already formated the HDD. Then, to go back to Linux, disable it.......etc. I'd use no less than 1 Gig of memory.

DO NOT use Ezflash to update 1005 BIOS **** Please use afudos v2.07 (or later) or ASUS update v5.21 (or later) to update 1005 bios. WebWalker Nov 25 2007, 09:52 AM Show posts by this member only | Post #12 Computer Geek Group: Senior Member Posts: 12,132 Joined: May 2005 From: Puchong, Selangor

hafiez Nov 25 2007, 02:12 PM Show posts by this member only | Post #17 Look at all my stars!! it will detect.

Once the "menu.lst" file is edited with that string, you can re-enable the ACPI function within BIOS, reboot, and forget about it. I will read the thread about updating the bios and try that, if that doesn't work i will try to test the disk in another computer just to see if it So please let us know how far you got -- what things succeeded before your computer hung. (Also -- do you know formatting a large HDD takes a while?). used76a Nov 25 2007, 03:38 AM Show posts by this member only | Post #9 Getting Started Group: Junior Member Posts: 56 Joined: May 2006

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You would be surprised at the performance gains this will bring to your system. As for your problem, have you thought of updating the mother board BIOS, as well as looking at the BIOS settings? is this info for real? You might also try the above advice on ACPI with the use of a Knoppix 5.1.1 live-cd and the Knoppix cheatcodes to test that variable with and without ACPI in the

the jumper had eliminated the Hardware Failed to initialize message but it is still not visible in both Windows and BIOS either.Perhaps on the Windows itself, some drivers had to be I have also tryed to install windows xp & install the drivers by pressing F6.