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Is there a way to get the drive to work at 6 Gb/s? Is there any advantage? Also, grab the motherboard manual as well and see what settings should be enabled for the Marvell controller to work and how to enable AHCI on it: http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_1366/P6X58D_Premium/#download   The 6Gbs ports on your motherboard are provided by an additional Marvell controller, therefor they should not show up in the BIOS but in the Marvell ROM that loads after the initial BIOS.

However, when I connect to a SATA 3.0 Gb/s interface the drive works fine. The Marvell controller also needs to be enabled in the BIOS, and it may be disabled. My build includes Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2 OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, 64 bit Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU 950 @ 3.07GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 26 Stepping 5 Processor Count: 8 RAM: 8183 Mb Graphics Card: ATI Radeon HD 4670 (Microsoft Corporation WDDM 1.1), 1024 Mb Hard Drives: C: Total - 1907626 MB, Free - 1883943 MB; D: Total - 99 MB, Free - 70 MB; E: Total - 1907599 MB, Free - 17 MB; F: Total - 615058 MB, Free - 10905 MB; G: Total - 100241 MB, Free - 4105 MB; I: Total - 476898 MB, Free - 7309 MB; Motherboard: ASUSTeK Computer INC., P6X58D PREMIUM Antivirus: None (this is still an ongoing clean re-install so av didn't show yet) TIA   Only the burst speed will increase going to SATA 6Gbs, sequential read and write speeds do not exceed SATA 3Gbs speeds.

The specs say it has 2 SATA 6.0 Gb/s interfaces but the bios does not detect the drive. I am trying to install a WD2002FAEX SATA 3 HD in my Asus P6X58D Premium motherboard. I am still at bios version 1201 and would want to avoid a bios upgrade if I don't need it.



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If you received this error on your PC, it means that there is a malfunction in your system. Common causes are incorrect or unsuccessful installation or removal of software that could leave invalid entries in the Windows registry, the effects of a virus or malware attack, an incorrect system shutdown due to a power failure, or another factor in which a person with little technical knowledge accidentally deletes the required A system file or registry entry, as well as several other reasons. The immediate cause of "Solved: SATA III not detected in bios Asus P6X58D Premium" is a failure when one of its normal operations is properly started by a system or application component.

 

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SATA 3 not working on Asus P6X58D-E motherboard with SATA III support

Easiest path, no real difference except for benchmarks, and no chance of data loss. Bottom line is you need the right drivers.

Anyway, while he was diagnosing my boot-up issue he discovered I had a malfunctioning network card; while removing this, he noticed all the SATA settings were set to SATA 2. When he reset these to SATA 3, the PC would not start-up!

AHCI-mode on Marvell 9128 controller in Windows 7 Ultimate x64

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[Solved] ASUS P6x58D-E, Win 7 (64) Marvell AT 91xx - Asus - Motherboards-Memory
A fellow name Jaquith seems to know what's up. Can anyone illuminate me on this please?

Yesterday I had a PC technician around to see why my PC was not booting-up properly and also to change my SSD to a larger SSD. We used Zinstall HDD by-the-way and I would highly recommend this application for such a job plus, it is extremely fast.

As I am visually challenged I cannot do hardware upgrades etc, so I got a Techie guy in. When he set them again to SATA 2 there was no problem and it worked fine? You may want to live with SATA 3g/s.

But in case you're not satisfied with that, here's something to look at.


Asus P6x58D Premium Audio Ports Malfunctioning

Is the audio chip bad? What could have caused this?
 




Can you try your speakers/headphones in another system?
 




I was listening through my headphones on my Asus P6x58D premium motherboard when I heard a pop in my right ear, actually felt like a electric shock, and from then on the HD audio ports are giving me notifications that " new device is plugged in / removed" over and over.


Asus P6x58D-E Marvell 9128 SATA 3 problems

Very frustrating. Shut down and add hard drive to sata 2 port.

7 Boot up and system can't find ssd

8. I am not experincing your problem. No hard drives connected.

I've read that the Marvell 9128 controller isn't the best but I would think It should at least recognize the drives. Shut down and connected SSD to marvel sata 3 port.

5. I just purchased an OCZ 120G Vertex 3 SSDto use as a boot drive and can't get it to work on the sata 3 ports. The very first time installing windows I had the ssd connected to the sata 3 port and at the disk format screen it asked for a driver.

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Check you driver against the snip I have attached. Restarted and went into bios to set marvell port to AHCI mode.

4.

Sometimes it works and I can see my two hd, other times I have to reboot, go into bios (make no changes), exit and it works again. This is when I moved back to the sata 2 port. Does anyone know of a fix for this problem?

I've had this system for a while and I've constantly had problems with the sata 3 ports.

Move ssd back to sata 2 port and all is well again. Mobo is an Asus P6x58D-E

So this is what I've done.

1. Connected ssd to normal sata 2 ports. Our boards are similar.

Load mb drivers from asus cd including Marvell controller.

3. I couldn't find a file for marvell, just the exe to install the driver. Boot up, works fine.

6. Booted up
and loaded windows 7 (64bit).

2.


Asus P6X58D-E - SATA II SSD or SATA III SSD?

All those spec sheets means very little in real world applications. I've been reading online about my board and apparently the marvell 9128 controller sucks speed wise. Any advice would be much appreciated. I'm confused on what to do.

Upon doing more digging though it looks like id be better off running a drive on the SATA 2 ports. Cheers. See My Specs. Would I then be better off getting a SATA 2 SSD for slightly cheaper?

Intel SATA II works better for me than Marvel SATA III.

Hey guys sorry if this is in the wrong section, but i'm looking to upgrade from a HDD to SSD. I was looking at the Corsair Force 3 because of the read/write speeds. I chose the Intel 510 for three reasons, reliability, reliability, 5 year warranty.


Asus P6X58D-E - SATA II SSD or SATA III SSD?

Would I then be better off getting a SATA 2 SSD for slightly cheaper? I'm confused on what to do. Intel SATA II works better for me than Marvel SATA III.

Cheers. I've been reading online about my board and apparently the marvell 9128 controller sucks speed wise. All those spec sheets means very little in real world applications. I chose the Intel 510 for three reasons, reliability, reliability, 5 year warranty.

Any advice would be much appreciated. I was looking at the Corsair Force 3 because of the read/write speeds. Upon doing more digging though it looks like id be better off running a drive on the SATA 2 ports.

Hey guys sorry if this is in the wrong section, but i'm looking to upgrade from a HDD to SSD.

See My Specs.


Maxtor SATA HDD not detected in ASUS BIOS

I know I had to change something in the BIOS and install the raid controller from the floppy that came with my motherboard. XP detected it and I copied all my movies, pics etc onto it. Please can a anyone help?
 



Graham B, welcome to TSG
What does device manager say? any yellow or red problems?

So go explore the BIOS and see what you can find, enable any and all sata raid options, if that fails tell me what you did or didn't do and I will try and help
 

I wish to install a Maxtor 6L150S 233GB HDD via a SATA connection. I have enabled SATA in the BIOS but still no joy. I have the same board and I think i had problems at first and can not remember what I did Grrrr.

I have a Samsung IDE HDD which isrunning Visat 32 bit fine. When I connect the Maxtor into the HTPC it is not detected in BIOS. To speed the transfer of files from my main desktop pc onto this HTPC I installed the Maxtor into my Dell Dimension 5150 using the SATA connection.


Asus P6X58D-E BIOS Settings Check help

Mainly I think the Memory is not showing correct.
and think it should be showing what is is 1600MhzI do not want to overclock for extra performance of my CPu or Memory but I don't mind having to change settings where required to get the correct speed from my Memory or CPU. Can one of the group members with a good knowledge of the BIOS check if my readings I have noted above are correct.

so i see there is something wrong here In the Advanced settings in BIOS I have the following:Options set as AUTO or D.O.C.P or XMP (note my memory is XMPCPU BCLK - 133MHzLevel 1 Cache = 256KbLevel 2 Cache = 1024Level 3 Cache = 8192Ratio Status = Min: 12, Max: 22Ratio Actual = 21I think my Memory is not correct showing 1066MHz ?
Finally on to checking a few things in my BIOS on this new Build with Asus P6X58D-EIntel I7 930 2.8Ghz D0Corsair Mem Dominator 3GB (3x1GB) DDR3 PC3-12800 (1600) Triple Channel XMP (TR3X3G1600C8D)Asus BIOS v303WinXP Pro 32BitUnder the AI Tweaker in Grey reads:Target Processor Frequency: 2793MHzTarget DRAM Frequency: 1066MHz"QUESTION" on this is my memory is suppose to be 1600MHz ! Remember I have XMP memory.


Solved: Nic not working on P6X58D Premium

Thank you

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU 920 @ 2.67GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 26 Stepping 5
Processor Count: 8
RAM: 12279 Mb
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti, 1024 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 953772 MB, Free - 331504 MB; D: Total - 99 MB, Free - 70 MB; G: Total - 637938 MB, Free - 428273 MB; H: Total - 99 MB, Free - 71 MB;
Motherboard: ASUSTeK Computer INC., P6X58D PREMIUM
Antivirus: Microsoft Security Essentials, Updated and Enabled
 




I know for a fact the nic is good. When I click on it's properties, no addresses show up (Gateway, DNS etc). It shows in the Device Manager as working properly.

Had a friend install it in his machine, and it worked right off the bat. My onboard lan (Marvel) works fine. Note: This is hard wired from nic to modem, no router.

HELP! When I go to Network Sharing it shows it as no internet connection (yellow sign and red X). I tried turning off the onboard lan in BIOS, turned on Pnp, and switched card to a different pcie slot.Still no go.

I installed a Intel Gigabit CT desktop Adapter in #1 pcie slot.


Solved: SATA drive detected in BIOS but not visible

I thought that by getting everything back into place, I'd now be able to see the drive since it's partitionated, but no. I'd like to know what step I should take in order to see my hard drive partitions in my hd list in win xp.

I've been trying for the past hours to get a 400GB seagate 7200.10 drive to work in my computer. I've downloaded the SATA drivers directly from asus but got to the problem where the viaraid.sys couldn't be copied.

Like the thread title state, I'm able to see the hard drive at boot time and in the bios though in the system I have no information on it at all. I was able to partition the drive into two parts and almost began install win xp though after the reboot, I was stuck in a loop. The Serial ATA controller was disabled (in the control panel > peripherals > Serial ATA controller)

Drives show up!
 


Solved: Strange - Second SATA Drive Working but Not Detected by BIOS

Now, when in the BIOS setup, it says the second SATA drive is ‘not detected’ and only one is shown as available for the boot priority options. However, when I actually get into XP it shows up and I can access my media perfectly. It had been running perfectly.

I just added a second SATA drive to my system and now I’m getting some headaches booting up.

After adding the 2nd drive the system wouldn’t boot – the BIOS logo screen hung for ages and then I got the message: NTLDR is missing – press ctrl + alt + del to restart. PC: Home build (but working fine until just now)
Processor: AMD Athlon 64 Dual Core 4200+
MBoard: ASUS M2N-MX SE
2 x SATA HD: WD 3200 SD-01KNBO
 




Will anyone here be able to enlighten me as to what is going on?!?!?! However, I CAN boot into XP – but only by going into the BIOS setup and pressing f10 to save and exit.

Then it boots up fine. The HD I added also had 3 partitions, all containing pure media (documents, films, music). Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Maybe because of my limited knowledge – but it all seems quite strange to me…

My first HD was split into 3 partitions: C:Windows, Drogram Files, Eocuments & Settings. But if I merely exit BIOS without saving, it takes me back to the NTLDR message. Boot priority is CD, HD, Disabled.


P6X58D Premium

I have to do mine as I need the latest for the new OCZ Revodrive that is on the way.

New Bios (ver 1301) if anyone needs them.


ThinkPad T410s - Primary Micro SATA HDD not detected by BIOS - Only Detected By OS Platforms

errors.  I just can't use this as my primary drive anymore because it will not initialize with BIOS.  I am hoping that I do not need to replace the MOBO as they go from $50 - $150 US plus shipping.   OS's used:Win10x64Win7x64WinXPWin98SELinuxMintBT5-R3KaliLinuxUBCD - FreeDOS - LINUXDoss6.22 Any thoughts on this issue would be greatly appreciated




















It sounds like something is timing out.  It is hard to be sure without swapping either the drive or the MB.  You might go into the BIOS and select diagnostic mode for boot.  That would do a memory test and it might slow things down enough to mask the problem




















I have a Lenovo T410s - 29123RU BIOS - V1.5 (6UET70WW) 2012-10-11 - (updated from V1.1 this morning hoping it wold solve the problem)ECV - 1.14MTM - 29123RUCPU - Intel Core i5 M520 @ 2.4GHzRAM - DDR3 - 4GBx2 - PC3-10600s This laptop uses a 250GB - 1.8" Micro Sata HDDTOSHIBA MK2529GSG - 250GB - HDD1F07 M BL02 The other day the laptop was running fine then all of a sudden crashed.  I tried to reeboot and i got -  ERROR 2100: HDD0 (HARD DISK DRIVE) INITIALIZATION ERROR (2)PRESS ESC TO CONTINUE I have run scans on the drive itself using: HD Tune ProHDD RgeneratorCrystalDiskInfoTestDiskUBCD- ViVard v4.0- TAFT v1.2Passmark B...


Asus A8N SLi Premium...sata hdd not working

can you hear it ?


i recently upgraded to pci-e and cannot seem to get my sata maxtor to be recognized by this motherboard...ive tried forever and its not showing up in my computer...its a slave hdd and has loads of usefell programs on it...the IDE hdd's pick up fine though if anybody would kno whats the prob could be or has had the same problem and figured it out would be muchly appreciated...ty


does the hard drive spin up?


ASUS P5AD2-E Premium and SATA II compatibility.

I am building a new computer using Asus P5AD2-E Premium motherboard, Intel 775LGA 3.2 Ghz, Geforce 6600GT, 500W power supply and so on. I am new to this board and I need your expertise. I wanted to know whether or not this motherboard will support SATA II hard drives such as Hitachi T7K250 (250 MB) or not.


PSU for ASUS P6X58D-E

The new motherboard has a 24 pin system.


sata drive not detected by my asus A8N-SLI

Try a different set of cables since you may have a bad cable.Important: if the drive has never been initialized, partitioned, and formatted, it will not show up under 'Computer', go to disk manager and see if it is there as a raw drive. I recently installed my new seagate250g barracuda 7200.10 sata drive on my asus A8N-SLI motherboard and there is no detection,i already have had a maxtor40g sata drive installed and no problems there,is it that the hard drive is junk because i don't even hear the drive spin after power is on or am i just that much of a noob and i am not doing something correct please anyone help. If you find it there, you will need to do the above before it is assigned drive letter(s) and show up along side of your other drives in computer.You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.

Make sure that power and signal cables are connected correctly.


Installing Windows XP on a SATA HDD on ASUS P5WD2 Premium mobo

So I don't think it's a hardware problem. Anybody have any idea what I need to do?
 




Make sure you have you cd drive connected to the blue connector.
 

I've tested the hardware (memory tests and Prime95) and it's been running stable for over a week with a Linux (Fedora Core 5) OS.




I can't figure out how to install Windows XP (Pro SP1) on my SATA HDD connected to my ASUS P5WD2 Premium. In my BIOS settings, I can change the hdd setting from AHCI to IDE and it makes no difference on the install. Here's what happens: I boot to my XP disc, press a key to boot to it (when prompted), it says it's checking my hardware for about a second, then the screen goes blank (black) and nothing happens.


SATA drive not detected with Asus board

Anyway, I went into the BIOS to see if my controllers for SATA were on. replace the hard drive, is the hard drive Maxtor?
I only saw the IDE controllers (my main HD is IDE, the one with windows), and I saw no SATA controller options at all!

Anyway, I plug them into the black ones and my computer boots goes past the SATA detection utility and thinks its an IDE drive and it says that the 250gb drive is there; model number and all, but I can't configure it through that.

To give a bit of background, I've used SATA before on this custom built (by a friend) PC and it worked. If I plug it into either red one the SATA utility says "Scanning drives..."
then
"Harddrive initiate failed..... There are 4 places I can plug in the SATA cable on my motherboard: 2 black ones that say SATA1 I think (hard to read) and 2 red ones that say SATA RAID1 I think.

When I reformated and so forth however, I bought a new SATA drive and this one refuses to be detected. So anyway, someone please help! The BIOS has not installed....check device!!!!"

Yes, with that bad grammar and punctuation. I installed the drivers on my motherboard disk and actually went the extra mile to find the newest compatible ones, no dice.

I spent $100 on this HD and I'd like it to work. I have an ASUS A8V Deluxe board and I plugged in the power cord and the SATA cable.


Memory help for Asus P6X58D-E Motherboard

ok my XP Pro is a 32bit so I know for now and as the motherboard QVL & Manual states they recomend no more than 3GB memory.The motherboard can take the following speeds of memory.DDR3 2000(O.C.)* /1600/1333/1066 Non-ECC,Un-buffered MemoryI don't know what a good memory is to be honest. but suppose if choosing an higher speed I might have to Clockin BIOS on the motherboard to stabalise.One thing I have come accross in Corsair sell this click here which has Intel XMP does my intel i7 930 have support for thisThen Timings puzzle me, are higher timmings Better or Worse.Just some guidance plese what is best decent memory please

Tripple Channel but if installing 3GB (3x1GB's DIMMS) does this board need to have the Double for this config or Tri-channelVery puzzling now

finally on my last item for a new build.I am starting the machine on XP Pro for arround a year, it will have a Intel I7 930 2.8GHz, HD 4670 PCI-Express graphics eventually I will go onto windows 7.Problem is Memory.

I don't game but will be running my machine 24/7 so heat issues is a concern, I require stabilty as its also a office but also a media DVd, BlueRay, online streaming.I know Corsair & Geil make decent memory.Unsure if Heatsink on DIMMS is a bonus?


Noctua NH-U12P SE2 on Asus P6X58D-E Help

dunno if its best way but what I did
problem is I only have 1 CPU Fan header on the motherboard.Can I connect the other Fan on this HSF kit to the system/case fan header or am I suppose to only fit 1 Fan onto the Heatsink Grill.I was talking to someone in this forum the otherday who used this HSF recently hopefully yourself can help if not one of the more experienced forum users.Appreciate all replys

I have the dual fan noctuaI use both fans, one is connected to the motherboard and the other just a molex cable..
My new build with the above Noctua HSF and Asus Motherboard I could do with guidance please.Unpacked the Noctua NH-U12P SE which is compatible with this motherboard has 2 Fans one to be fitted on each side !



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