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On this motherboard sockets 1 and 3 are yellow and sockets 2 and 4 are black. Products certified by the Federal Communications Commission and Industry Canada will be distributed in the United States and Canada. Cancel and exit the iata621_enu.exe installer 4. Specifications and features vary by model, and all images are illustrative. http://advianetwork.com/asus-p5b/asus-p5b-sata-driver.html

Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. I assume the jmicron parts are not used at all, these only support RAID0/1 (but not 10) and eSATA. (Image of a detected drive in your BIOS) If all of this thanks Back to top #11 Trauma! All of these are done on one computer.

CPU, Chipset and Graphics features LGA775 Intel® 45nm Processor Ready This motherboard supports the latest Intel 45nm CPU which introduces new micro-architecture features for greater performance at a given frequency, up Members 964 posts Gender:Male Location:France Ok No Way to make it boot in IDE here, with the ToH RC2 realese + EFI V51... You should be able to test with this going to the IDE configuration screen and changing the options between [RAID] and [AHCI]/[IDE] Note that all these configurations are for the six Continue: Main SpecificationsContents1.

The rest of the specs are the same as P5B-E. Products What´s Hot Commercial Service Login ASUS Account Logout Message Center Display all Products Phones Notebook & 2-in-1 PCs Tablets Motherboards Graphics Cards Wearable & Healthcare Desktop & All-in-One PCs Display Is it possible to set up Raid 0 and if so how? SFS (Stepless Frequency Selection) allows - FSB tuning from 100MHz up to 400MHz at 1MHz increment - Memory tuning from 533MHz up to 1066MHz at 1MHz increment - PCI Express frequency

the M/B is the best but is yoy want to set RAID it sucks kukitoAug 18, 2006, 12:34 PM Quote: OK everything is setup nicelyHowever - I can not get the LGA775 Intel® Core™2 Processor ReadyThis motherboard supports the latest Intel® Core™2 processors in LGA775 package. Please visit the ASUS USA and ASUS Canada websites for information about locally available products. It gave me no problems at all.

but i would say it is a good board because of its low price.i also connected 2 ide drives, and they appeared in the list of Jmicron utility in bios. crossg 2007-05-06 16:23:06 UTC #8 TimC: I'm just building a new PC with an Asus P5B-E Plus motherboard , Core 2 Duo E6600 CPU & a single SATA 2 HDD. Ignore the Presets option and click Next 12. Windows installer will see it as regular hdd2.

So the XP driver doesn't support this board? With HD Tach and with the Quick Bench I get a burst rate of 190MB/s and average read of 56MB/s. That way it can be found by future visitors . Enhance ATA ODD compatibility6.

Parboiling potatoes to make them softer in a stew Way to automatically replace original file with output? weblink This problem happens not only with this motherboard from ASUS, but also with all other motherboards based on Intel P965 chipset we’ve seen to date. Anyway. My problem is how to install XP & get SATA 2 transfer rates.

Our review is based on the basic model, P5B. Copyright ©2000 - 2014, iNET Interactive Overclockers.com Register New Posts Advertising Contact Us Archive Sitemap Top iNET Interactive Copyright © 2014 iNET Interactive. Overall Performance5. http://advianetwork.com/asus-p5b/asus-p5b-vm-drivers-xp.html Some users have experienced problems with AHCI mode (un-mounting of HDDs at shutdown and slow re-mounting at boot, poor performance in games etc).

On my other , slower system with a PCI Serial ATA controller my Seagate drive (in Sata 1 mode) gives 92MB/s and 66MB/s respectively. Took too much... Simply click keyboard or mouse, you can swiftly wake up the system in few seconds.

Wait for 'ISO created successfully!' 21.

One thing I wondered is if there could be an issue since I have 1.5gb/s drives and the controller is 3.0gb/s. Click 'Make ISO', name the ISO and then browse to where you would like to save it 20. I did a search on this problem and replaced the SATA cables as suggested, but nothing's changed. This motherboard has 10 USB 2.0 ports (four soldered on the motherboard and six available through I/O brackets, which didn’t come with the motherboard).

I tried all 4 sata ports, bios never found them, and when I did an f8 at boot to see available drives they didn't show up either. Bench Warmer... (13 Reply With Quote 06-20-07,03:40 PM #4 kukyfrope View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Jul 2003 Location Lawrence, Kansas (KU) Resurrecting an old thread here but... DiiZzY 2007-05-06 16:26:54 UTC #9 It's about what you will get from a single drive and not using AHCI mode on SATA drives is plain stupid...//Danne crossg 2007-05-06 16:42:05 UTC #10 http://advianetwork.com/asus-p5b/asus-p5b-drivers.html I'm using this kernel: Darwin localhost 8.10.1 Darwin Kernel Version 8.10.1: Wed May 23 16:33:00 PDT 2007; Sochi2014:VoteForUs/RELEASE_I386 i386 i386.

Unlike other dynamic overclocking techniques, AI NOS™ reacts much faster to satisfy your unending need for speeds . Right now there are four P5B versions: P5B, P5B-E, P5B Deluxe and P5B Deluxe/WiFi-AP. It will also prevent this post from being bumped up by 'community' until it gets an answer. -- And on a different note: Any other PSU's dying? Most people that are building new machines have other priorities.

the people who maintain your servers. (And yes, I realise that with DevOps servers this might not succeed). –Hennes Oct 25 '13 at 14:41 add a comment| Your Answer draft In the 'Label' box type a name for your disc (I used WXPCORP_EN_P5B-D_RAID-AHCI) 19. I still don't see how it could be that slow, even if it really is limited by the hard drive on that controller. If you only want to use the JMicron controller for PATA devices i.e your IDE optical drives, the default windows driver is all you need.

Select your language and click Next 10. But again you will need a SATA CD/DVD drive.IF you do use the JMicron JMB363 RAID do not forget to put the drivers on a floppy and press F6 in the The patented AI NOS™ (Non-delay Overclocking System) technology intelligently detects system load and automatically boosts performance for the most demanding tasks. Looks like the culprit was the PSU.

Or, get in touch with ASUS; their tech support is reliable as a rule, even out-of-warranty, and they can likely tell you if it's a hardware failure. –Debra Oct 24 '13 Update MRC code7. Tried all the Sata ports on the board, changed a couple of settings in the BIOS, didn't matter. Members 964 posts Gender:Male Location:France Great I'm gonna test this!!

Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Intel Motherboards Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Overclockers.com Community News & Community Announcements Overclockers.com Article Discussion Forum File Size 573.71 KBytesupdate2007/04/04 Download from Global Version1102 Description P5B Release BIOS 1102**Please update AsusUpdate to V7.09.02 or later prior making this update.****This BIOS does not support roll back to earlier It especially includes Intel® Fast Memory Access Technology that significantly optimizes the use of available memory bandwidth and reduces the latency of the memory accesses. Posted 19 November 2007 - 04:43 PM Trauma!

Explore your WinXP CD and copy the contents to your new XP folder 5. It also can support Intel® next generation 45nm Multi-Core CPU. Support CONROE E0 CPU(FSB 1333)11. Anybody run into issues like this?