This should clear up the Verifying DMI pool freeze you are getting Then go make all the above noted changes again and it should work. The SB is definitely sensitive as to where you connect the Hard disks from. MSI has one that works, so does Asus. But I was able to reliably get past it. Also, incase he does not, maybe you should upload and post this set of drivers for anyone else who reads this in the future who has this issue Thanks for sure for your time and thoughts on this, as I said above I do not know much about AMD Boards nor their issues.
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The jumpers do not affect any of this stuff.
Copyright c Tweak Town Pty Ltd. Join Date Apr Posts Also, incase he does not, maybe you should upload and post this set of drivers for anyone else who reads this in the future who has this issue.
GA-MA78GM-S2H (rev. 2.x) | Motherboard – GIGABYTE Global
I get through to windows install but windows can’t find the Ga-ma78g-ms2h. Even if I use the F6 option to load raid drivers. You’ll get it to work.
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The time now is And that is some good info you posted!!! Just bought a new HTPC set up: If they don’t work, let me know and I can walk through what you’re doing in detail. Join Date Sep Posts 8.
GA-MA78GM-S2H (rev. ) | Motherboard – GIGABYTE U.S.A.
Created RMA with Ebuyer and returning tomorrow. But sat boards work great MSI has one that works, so does Asus. Hi All, Newbie here. I took the jumper off the HDD already so unfortunately it’s not as easy a fix as I’d like First, there are no “gigabyte” drivers per se.
Then once you install the F6 driver you should see the disk. But yeah, too bad that wasnt it Since you ga-ms78gm-s2h a floppy, as I do as well.
First, try connecting 1 disk only to SATA 0. I hope he will post back and let us know.
There is some flakiness with SATA optical drives for sure, gigabbyte one knows why. But I was able to reliably get past it. Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap. OS Hard Drive 3. I’m in work now so will try the boot priority settings you advise when I get home tonight.
Did you ever try with only one stick of ram in slot one? If you have problems getting drivers to work, let me know and I’ll email you a tested set. Thanks for that info Nanohead, maybe it will help him or someone in gigabytw future. Results 1 to 10 of Try some of the suggestions here.