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Old 10-07-2005, 12:23 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I jsut got my computer all toghther and i turn it on and i make sure al the connections are good and then i look and it don't read up my Sata. could i have it in the wrong place. there are 4 places for the sata Hd's to be placed and i don't know what is wrong. i but the mobo cd in that i got and it reads and i can creat a sata driver but when i try to do that then it tries to read a: and nothign happens then i find out that the bois has it at b: which i don't know how to change it and then when i go and change it from a: to b: then it sayd that it is to busy to read it or what not and i have to abort.ignore, and it jsut keeps sayign that over and over again and i need help would really like to get this computer up and running tonight if i could and it would help me alot of someone could help me with this isuee. Thanks Alot.

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