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Nov 3, Posts: Hi chaps As anyone got any ideas how to enable these esata ports on the motherboard please I cant find any settings in bios to enable them and loaded the JM drivers from the driver disk kp35, trying to get my new esata Ebook external drive to work Cheers.
Aug 3, at 8: I know of no cracks or hacks to get around it should it be possible. Fixed X CPU not sta ratio.
Discussion in ‘ Motherboards ‘ started by kingkarlAug 3, By picoloco in forum abit. The other setting you mention is a option too but cant be arsed with the hassle of taking side off again if my system wont boot.
Aug 4, at Are you running the last BIOS?
Yes, my password is: IP35 won’t post after power is disconnected. When my system boots it says Jmicron enabled and no device found as it flys past into windowsI am running vista 64 ultimate if thats an issue.
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I’m running Windows 7 actually and getting a new SSD. Should the ip35 be considered a problematic board? May 23, Posts: Add Thread to del. Results 1 to io35 of Fixed incorrect string in BIOS.
IPE on-chip SATA: IDE, RAID or AHCI
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Intel Core iK Memory: If you really needed AHCI, what about a cheap adapter card? Your Asta or Email Address: If so the only sqta for it to work is for the hard drive to be plugged in prior to boot up.
Mar 16, Posts: The time now is Hi Buff Thanks mate for the advice but i have messed around most of last night with the same setting switching it from raidideachi all without success and the storage controller is enabled.
Aug 3, at 3: IPE doesnt have E-Sata either, are you using a bracket theat plugs into one of the ports?
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Do you think a bios update might add the option that I’m missing? I saw the guides you are talking about but wouldn’t Kp35 need to enable something in the bios?
Aug 4, at 1: Originally Posted by BobF