Sun Mar 18, 8: Still learning so please excuse if this seems a dumb question. Okay, another day or two has allowed me to gain some perspective on this. I have 1 more bios upgrade I can make using ket’s bios: Just can’t get the darn Intel drivers to install and getting errors, tried as administrator and all sorts.
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Also, the P5Q has two types of Sata ports. Jan 8, Posts: Jul 11, Posts: Not sure why it suddenly is requiring a password to do so when I never configured that, but that should be fairly easy to fix.
AHCI on asus p5q pro
I’ve just got a Samsung GB and migrated over data from my old Raptor boot drive. Yep, did that many times. No, create an account now. Still could por install the Intel drivers though, was showing an error ‘Platform not supported’. Can’t leave my desktop on without shutting off sleep mode, or it goes to sleep and I can’t wake it up. Kings Lynn, Norfolk, UK. The above resetting to BIOS defaults allowed them to boot.
Find More Posts by Layback Bear. Sorry, I’m way behind the curve these days. Zitat von megatron im Beitrag 10 While using slimdrivers to extract drivers for backup purposes is all good, the program tells me I have 18 drivers I could update.
I will try replacing the CMOS battery and post back. Windows 7 – 32bit.
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On the brighter side, changing the hardware setup setting to S1 sleep only has allowed the machine to come out of sleep consistently with no problem. That config was rock aeus for months.
Can you post a screenshot from the Disk Management and the “phantom” drive? I have updated my bios and drivers and p5qq appears to have gone well.
I’m very confused about this loop. Posted February 5, Using Terminal I have disabled the following: Mon Mar 19, 1: And it showed failed attempts I can’t remember in which menu during waking hours, while I was not even near the PC.
I assume mobos are never supposed to do that, or is this intended behaviour?
Zitat von megatron im Beitrag 13 I’m just trying to understand what hardware is on my board cause with all these rom numbers and driver numbers it gets confusing. The laptop is an Asus X70IO: What qhci do I type to achieve 2?
I’m just trying to download the Intel Matrix Storage Manager Drivers again and install but latest version available from Asus are from Sept which seems quite old? Have you installed upto date drivers too? I believed that because the drive would only intermittently appear zsus drive enumeration. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks.
Here are some ways I have tried so far: I’m using HDMI port for display output.