In fact it was to do with the HDD jumper settings. Any donation is appreciated! Apollo, Sep 4, I saw that your board was a sata 1. I just purchased an abit KV7 board with onboard sata, and a Maxtor sata hard drive to go with it.

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Jan edited Jan I can’t get the SATA raid controller to work. Apollo, Sep 4, Thanks but have already been there could only find details of upgrading by floppy. Anyway try the 2 drivers I mentioned above and we will go from there.

SATA problem with abit Kv7 / Windows XP Pro sp1

Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. As for an add-on card Every time the system boots, it’s trying kc-7 do the inital system install.

I will try some more jumper settings. I run windows set-up, press F6 to load the new sata driver I got off of abits page, partition the drive, load the set-up. Ask a Question Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question?


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I saw that your board was a sata 1. I haven’t seen that system on new egg since but there are plenty just like it for little cost.

I have a Home Server built on an ancient Abit Athlon 64 motherboard. Powered with ill-gotten helium. I tried taking the jumper off with no luck. Thx for the help, I will make sure the drivers are kkv-7. Jef Norton, Sep 2, Already have an account?

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I’m really at a loss here, any ideas? Marcus, Sep 6, Do you want to use the sata ports as raid or just standard ports?

Your not kidding that this board is old and your instruction manual for the board is limited. It’s there in the manual.

The weird thing is that I see the drive listed as a serial ch0 master during the second boot screen but the drive is not recongnized within windows. Does anyone know how to get my computer to recognize this hard drive during the set-up period? You’ll need to choose a username for the abig, which only take a couple of moments here.


You might want to consider a plug in card for that motherboard that would provide some standard Sata 2 controllers for that board. Please help, and thanks in advance for your response.

Posted September 5, Apr edited Jan in Hardware. In this instance, I took the jumper off completely and the drive was recognised. Apollo, Sep 3, Brian Brunner, Sep 12, Oh long time since ive been in this forum.

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