Reply With Quote 02-18-2009 #5 Scabtacular View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Feb 2004 Posts 401 Re: Attention all ASUS P5Q PRO Orange SATA Port Users! Subscribe You can unsubscribe at any time. The ESATA > should work with a 1 meter cable, but to do the 2 meter reach, > you'd really want the interface electronics to reflect the > proper ESATA standard. I have heard that I could switch my system to AHCI without re-installing windows but after googling for a few hours can't figure out what benefit it would produce. this contact form
I know quite a bit about the system I built but I have >>> never used Raid and don't know about the settings etc. File Size 1.08 MBytesupdate2009/05/04 Download from Global Others (1) Version126.96.36.1993 Description Intel(R) Matrix Storage Manager V188.8.131.523 for Windows 7 and Windows 64bit 7.(WHQL) File Size 21.58 MBytesupdate2009/07/20 Download from Global Manual That Marvell controller caught me out when I first used the P5Q Series as I was using a SATA optical so disabled the Marvell IDE and then wondered why the eSATA But in general, I've never seen any discussions about people verifying the interface is electrically "real ESATA", and the only way you might notice, is with excessive cable transmission errors.
So AHCI mode in bios then? NCIX Boxing Week 2006 Wish List Contest - Contest Closed! If the drive is off at boot and I > > turn it on after booting the drive won't show up.
To coin a phrase from the 80's cartoon show....."WONDER TWINS ACTIVATE!!!" ...or wonder twins "x2" activate! Advanced Search Forum Computer/High tech Computer Tech Support Attention all ASUS P5Q PRO Orange SATA Port Users! When the Marvell is > enabled in the BIOS, it will always appear under "SCSI and RAID > Controllers" in Device Manager, regardless of any other BIOS > settings, as far If the drive is off at boot and I turn it > on after booting the drive won't show up.
I don't think it > matters though. > One more thing to try and find the controller in Device Manager: > Change the view to 'devices by connection' and expand the are you sure you have power going to your esata drive? Is there no way to leave the drive off until you need >>> access to it? WOOT!!
Reply Reply with quote Nov 22nd, 2008 12:42 pm #3 Calmuser [OP] Deal Addict Jul 27, 2002 2711 posts 191 upvotes Nations Capital Nov 22nd, 2008 12:42 pm I am mentioning The other six red ones are for Intel raid (Intel AHCI driver) Make sure you plug your drives into the red ports, unless you want advanced raid features like mirroring. It wasn't even being burnt in, Win XP was simply started and left to sit (with no screen saver). If the drive is off at boot and I > > turn it on after booting the drive won't show up.
Is there no way to leave the drive off until you need >>> access to it? The main thing is that it now works > thanks to your advice. If you don't install the ASUS EPU software you may find an unknown device left in Device Manager, it's some ACPI thing and the drivers can be extracted from the EPU_driver.zip Thank you. > >>> > >> > >> Take a look at the 'Hotplug' tab of your Marvel 61xx properties > >> in Device Manager.
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Otherwise I have come to the conclusion that hot plugging will not work for XP 64 bit. Worked for me, but I did have > an image backup handy too. I really appreciate you trying to help me here. navigate here Make sure 'Enable' is checked for all ports. > If you don't see the Hotplug tab, try updating to the latest > drivers from Marvel. > FYI, I have a P5Q
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Quote: Author: VinPosted: 11/18/2008 10:58:00 PMPlease give more details like your Processor, OS and devices. Is there a MB with MORE than 8 ports??? Make sure 'Enable' is checked for all ports. If the drive is off at > >>>>>>> boot and I turn it on after booting the drive won't show up.
Now Heat ENABLED ----------- Who Are You? - What Do You Want? - Why Are You Here? - Where Are You Going? An alternative would be a fresh install with AHCI set in the BIOS (you would need to create the AHCI drivers floppy in advance and press F6 during the installation of Don't matter if your only wanting to use just one drive! http://advianetwork.com/asus-p5q/asus-p5q-green.html WOW!!!
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I > >>>>> can't find Marvel in the device manager. The marvel was installed in start menu/programs and I uninstalled it. Thanks. >>> >> >> This motherboard has 3 hard drive controllers. I really > > appreciate you trying to help me here.
That means you might want to use 1 meter cables with your drive plugged into the front, for best results.