Asus P5GD2 mobo BIOS: HELP!

Posted on 2004-10-20
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Last Modified: 2010-04-26

I have just built a new PC with an Asus P5GD2-deluxe mobo and am having a problem with the BIOS.

When starting up the system, the IDE scan detects my three installed devices correctly.

However, in the BIOS-setup no IDE devices are detected at all!

What's going wrong and how do I resolve the problem?

Advice much appreciated.

Regards,  TC.

PS. I'll give more points when I get them.
Question by:timclyma
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ID: 12366656
Is it set to AUTO?

Can you access them with a boot floppy or have you loaded an OS on it OK?

Expert Comment

ID: 12370297
make sure the ide channels are enabled


Expert Comment

ID: 12379529
Check the Ribbon cables. The red line side should be located next to the power plug of the IDE device (pin 1).


Author Comment

ID: 12382754

Thanks for the good advice guys.

I have resolved the problem myself  however: I disabled the onboard IDE/RAID controller and this allowed the devices to be seen.

Regards, TC.

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