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    i mean bios and ihave 4350 hd

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    What is the Model #?

    If it is GV-R435OC-512I, then here is your BIOSes, choose BIOS where it says Driver
    http://www.gigabyte.us/products/prod...px?pid=2924#dl

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    my Version: 011.011.000.001

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    i need you tell me how i can update bios of vga

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    I meant is that your actual model of card? Be sure it is before you flash!

    Here is how to update VGA BIOS
    http://www.gigabyte.com/WebPage/40/index.htm

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    thank you

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    look on tech power ups bios database,lots of bios's for all makes and models
    Gigabyte z77x UP4-TH F11c Modded Bios
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    Hallo Mr. Yeh, hallo Everyone !

    After around 20,30 hours of intensive testing during the last week, I nearly give up now and really hope, someone is able to help me.

    I just finished to set up my new PC (first time now with a Gigabyte Mainboard - before always used Asus-Boards) and unfortunately discovered an unsolvable problem:

    All devices in my new PC are s-ata II. I use a Intel SSD, an internal Hitachi harddisc, a Plextor DVD-burner and 2 sata mobile-racks for easy (hot-)plugging harddiscs. But hot-plugging is not the problem for now, because at the moment I decided to change harddiscs from mobile-rack only, when PC is turned off.

    I only use non-bootable harddisks in the mobile rack (and internal Hitachi-HDD also) and only the SSD, as system disc, is bootable. I connect all devices to internal Intel ICH10-Controller and disabled the unused Gigabyte (Jmicron) controller in BIOS. ICH10 is set to AHCI-mode.

    What's the problem:

    Any time, after I exchanged, or took out any of my harddiscs from any mobile-rack and then restarted the PC, windows 7 x64 won't boot anymore, because the PC stops before booting windows and telling "NTLDR is missing, press ctrl+alt+del to restart" !

    Even when putting the disc(s) in exactly same slot back in the mobile rack, the PC wont boot up anymore.

    When switching to BIOS then, it also doesn't matter, how I set up the hard disc boot priority - I wont get my PC to boot again from the SSD, also repairing function of windows-DVD doesnt make my SSD boot again - only after new installation of windows, windows boots up again from SSD.

    BIOS is actual F12, also tried F13 BETA - no change.


    I really hope anyone can help - is it a problem of the mainboard, or of my SSD, or an incompatibility in between ?! Thanks for any suggestions, to solve this problem :-/

    Mike



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    Windows 7 x64

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    Did you install windows 7 without setting the SSD or OS disk to be the first device listed in the Advanced Hard Disk Boot Priority List, in the Advanced BIOS page?

    If you didn't have your SSD or OS Disk at the first place in that list then the Bootloader would be placed on whatever was, I assume your removable drives since you mention when they are gone it fails to load.

    It's either that, which would mean you need to reinstall windows 7 with ONLY the OS Drive connected that way you avoid any confusion, or you need to check that list after you remove a drive and be sure your OS drive is at the top of the list.

    Connect your OS Disk to SATAII_0 always, then your CD/DVD's put on one of the last 2 SATAII_4/5

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    Thanks for your answer !

    To be 100% sure, I did a new setup of all, respecting the advices you pointed out to me. And I was lucky this time - stable booting, independent, if any removable HDD was in- or outside the SATA-rack. I stressed it in several ways, to be sure.

    Just one strange behaviour/problem is still permanently occuring:

    My new, actual setup with removable HDDs inside the racks is only working, if I connect the SATA mobile-racks to the ICH10. If I connect the racks to one of the 4 Gigabyte SATA-ports (Jmicron), then the PC searches for about 2 minutes for any drives on that ports and then finally displaying the message "no any drive found". And that's definitively wrong, because all harddiscs work very fine at ICH10, now. (In former test-situations with other hardware-setup on that board, the Gigabyte ports recognised HDDs well, means they're not damaged.)

    In the BIOS I set both gigabyte ports to "port multiplier/normal mode" (not RAID, or other) and AHCI-mode, because each removable HDD should be independent from the other.

    It's really strange, why these ports now dont see my removable HDDs, maybe you have a clue for me or what I can do, or what's wrong there ?!

    Many thanks,
    Mike

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