Thanks again for all the help. They do not support this board any more. Have you BIOS message: The message was over some other text and was displayed for a second or so – shorter than my camera’s autofocus Hi, absic, Dark Mantis – thanks. F5BJR – funny you mention it. Hi, I spent my time, and this is what I’ve found:
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But then – I have tested a few settings and configurations, I do not exactly remember the error circumstances, and I will not repeat that everything is stowed away, works, and takes ages to dig out again It won’t solve the problem but it will make you feel better. I did have an error like that, reporting problems for the SiI DeLock edlock.
Any ideas as to how to make it work would be great. It’s nice it does not lock up just by having a card in, but SATA card with nothing connected to it is somewhat pointless Remember – this has been sent by Gigabyte as a beta version.
I have tested it with two cards – DeLock http: May 15, So I have not noticed it before my experiments. The best thing is to contact GGTS and see what they can offer in the way of help. Now waiting for an answer.
The message was over some other text and was displayed for a second or so – shorter than my camera’s autofocus Have you BIOS message: I would consider it a BIOS error. Yes absic is right.
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Remember, when all else fails a cup of tea and a good swear will often help! November 03, Have you tried different slots? Mainboard connectors are taken by HDDs. With DeLock card it dleock only if anything is connected to the card – if nothing is connected, computer boots normally.
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GA-890GPA-UD3H(rev. 2.1) and additional SATA PCIe cards = no booting.
Dark Mantis on May 14, Well at least that is good news in the end. Hi, I spent my time, and this is what I’ve found: F5BJR – funny you mention it. The message F5BJR was talking about is back there, but everything works. Has the card’s BIOS been configured correctly? They do not support this board any more.
I’ll post what I’ll get. May 16, Hi, absic, Dark Mantis – thanks. Hi there, if you contact Gigabyte Technical Support and explain the problem they might be able to provide you with a fix. May 14, If yes, you have not many solutions: