I talked to them, and the instructions to change in the BIOS, don’t exist. I keep getting an error message, txtsetup. Either the floppy drive I’m using is screwed, or the one on the destination machine isn’t reading right. I guess I’m going to have to sleep on this tonight. Too bad MSI didn’t have this corrected before they sold the mobo.
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CD although they were for Win Extras included with the board are also sparse as you’d expect with a budget motherboard.
Jan 3, Posts: Flash from a DOS bootable flash drive preferably, otherwise floppy. What do I do?
Posted on May 05, Be the first to answer. You should be able to disable the IDE channel in the bios settings. Answered on Mar 07, Oh and don’t worry about the Raid settings if your not using it.
Sun Apr 25, 3: Some judicious wiggling may get it released. I read someone had succes with those on the FM3-L.
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That’s very bad advice. Ie is it Sata II? It lacks hardware transform and lighting abilities so most modern 3D games will not run with it. Maybe that would correct the failure to ID the drive. Flashed the BIOS with no problem, and did a clean reinstall to verify the drive was being properly detected.
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Load the Drivers and forget about it! I like NTFS, so if you want to reformat it is up to you. Back with Windows98, due to Win98 being unstable and Windows-based flash utils being immature, it was indeed risky.
Besides no gain anyway. Answered on May 08, I suspected mei to be the case. Mon Apr 26, 8: So his only options are to use a floppy, slipstream the drivers, or use something newer than XP. Need to replace the display flex ribbon cable to solve the flickering and color lines problem.
You also sead you got an error when loading windows.
Got new floppy drives in my main systems, made up the F6 floppy, and voila! Home Help Search Login Register.
It’s stuck in RAID mode. No Harm done that way.
Re: MSI Mobo and SATA Bios problem. Got ‘er solved!
Good to hear that things went well. Answered on Nov 20, Thu Apr 29, 8: Additional integrated peripherals are sparse. So how dose that bad boy run?