So in that case, try exporting all the option roms following the original place of the VIA rom, then add them back one by one! First, you need to figure out which particular controller is in your system. The issue with the controller itself is the SATA link speed issue. The most likely reason you’re system is not booting is because all SATA ports are all seen as Master drives. The minor differences between the BIOS should be fine. Also, here is another screen shot, after I made a successful replacement of module with the module R I am comfortable flashing uncomplicated bios, but this might be just a little more than I can afford.
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ASRock K7VT4A Pro, Sockel 462/A, AMD Motherboard
Thanks for providing more proof that it can be done! I am using alias WintersEdge, asrick I asked questions at each step of the way while using MMTool to get it done, so any questions you might have while trying to do the process will likely be answered already. October 3, at 5: March 17, at 4: Computer Links Level 3 Expert Answers.
How can this be resolved. You mention using the utility thing on it.
Either way, same result. Good luck, and please report if it works correctly! But my motherboard is only the earlier VTA chip. After I put in the modded bios, that screen never shows up at all. You can see some guides to using MMTool here: Actually, forget what I said in both my last posts, especially the one from Saya Let me know what happens.
What if my SATA controller doesn’t see my new 1TB SATA hard disk? « synaesthesia
Hello nemesis and thank you for your fast reply. It will produce a pgo memory test diskette. There is more information on this issue in this excellent post. June 4, at But once you have changed the setting it will link up with the A8V controller correctly.
You want the boot order set like so; First boot device: This is a really long delay but I completely abandoned this whole project and re-focused on school, saha now I have time again, so I finally figured it out! You can follow my own process of using MMTool in detail here: The issue with the controller itself is the SATA link speed issue.
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Screenshot of the first way, the new PCI rom appears at the bottom of the list http: Therefore, it is strange to me that your drive is even detected at all by Windows, since in my experience the drive would not negotiate a transfer speed at all. Please assign your manual to a product: If your problem is related to the disk capacity, you will need one or both of the latter two options. It also has additional links to further tutorials if you want to see those as well.
August 19, at 4: June 8, at 1: The first two options will only fix speed autonegotiation problems. April 10, at 8: It opens the k7Upgrade bios.
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I was not able to do it via a jumper, only with a utility as mentioned above. Then flash this newly combined BIOS image using the normal procedure.
August 21, at 5: Posted by emg44tmg on Nov 04,