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Windows 7: using jmicron port for sata

22 Sep 2011   #1
razy60

windows 7 64 bit and dual boot Pinguyos
 
 
using jmicron port for sata

I have a asus P6t mobo on which i am using all 6 sata ports i would like to use at least 1 of the jmicron ports on the board as a further sata port(not in raid just in normal mode) i have set the bios to normal followed the instructions in the manual but i cannot get it to see the HDD(2tb samsung spinpoint).
Any one with any ideas?

Cheers

Raz


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22 Sep 2011   #2
TVeblen

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Windows 7 64 Bit Home Premium SP1
 
 

Just checking:

You went to the ADVANCED Tab in BIOS > Onboard Devices Configuration >
and Enabled the JMicron eSATA/PATA Controller

And changed Controller Mode to AHCI (Not necessary, but best)

And you have installed the JMicron drivers?
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22 Sep 2011   #3
razy60

windows 7 64 bit and dual boot Pinguyos
 
 

@TVeblen, Cheers for the reply, no i have not installed (as far as i am aware) any jmicron drivers. I don't think i need them as i am only using it for storage.
I have however got it to work. When i was installing the cables i loosened one of the power supply leads which is why it failed to be seen in windows

thanks again for the reply.

Raz
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22 Sep 2011   #4
TVeblen

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 64 Bit Home Premium SP1
 
 

Hate when that happens !
Glad you got it working.
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