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Thread: Help! CMOS Setting for GA-MA785G-UD3H

  1. #1
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    Default Help! CMOS Setting for GA-MA785G-UD3H

    Verifying DMI Pool Data .....

    I just assembled new computer.
    But I'm having this error message.

    My computer consists of ...
    MB: GA-MA785G-UD3H
    CPU: AMD Athlon II X2 250 Dual Core Processor Socket AM3
    Hard Drive: Segate Barracuda 7200.12 500G SATA2
    plus IDE type DVD-ROM

    SATA2 slot is 6. Hard dive is connected SATA2 slot0. is it right?

    I couldn't make RAID, because I have a single hard drive.
    But I have set OnChip SATA Type as Raid instead of Native IDE(default)
    in Integrated Peripherals at BIOS setup. Is it right setup?
    I have changed it as Native IDE too. it still have same error message.

    When I see Standard CMOS Features,
    IDE Channel 0 Master is set for DVD-ROM
    IDE Channel 2 Master is set for hard drive
    Is it right?

    I don't know what makes this error.
    Please help me how to setup this CMOS and
    what is the problem. I'm tired...

    Thank you for advance

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Sep 2008

    Default Re: Help! CMOS Setting for GA-MA785G-UD3H

    The "error" message is supposed to be "Verifying DMI pool data"? That's not an error message, that's perfectly normal.

    Is there a third option for the SATA mode called AHCI? If there is you might want to do that (but you need to do it before installing Windows), if not that option is probably the same as the RAID option, though I'M not sure about that. There's basically two modes you can run a hard drive at, IDE mode and the newer AHCI mode. AHCI may bring some performance benefits in some cases and is needed if you want to use eSATA. If you don't need eSATA just run it at IDE, it's the easiest way.

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    Default Re: Help! CMOS Setting for GA-MA785G-UD3H

    Yes that is normal, sometimes it will say updated though but all normal. If you are not using two drives for RAID you want to set that to Disabled or AHCI depending on how you want to install your OS

    Disabled IDE does not mean your drive will function at IDE Speed, it only means NOT RAID or AHCI is all.

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    Apr 2009

    Default Re: Help! CMOS Setting for GA-MA785G-UD3H

    OnChip IDE Channel [Enabled]
    OnChip SATA Controller [Enabled]
    OnChip SATA Type [Native IDE]
    x OnChip SATA Port4/5 Type IDE
    Onboard Audio Function [Enabled]
    OnChip USB Controller [Enabled]
    USB EHCI Controller [Enabled]
    USB Keyboard Support [Enabled]
    USB Mouse Support [Disabled]
    Legacy USB storage detect [Enabled]
    Onboard 1394 Function [Enabled]
    Onboard LAN Function [Enabled]
    } SMART LAN [Press Enter] Not necessary
    Onboard LAN Boot ROM [Disabled]
    Onboard Serial Port 1 [3F8/IRQ4]
    Onboard Parallel Port [378/IRQ7]
    Parallel Port Mode [SPP]
    x ECP Mode Use DMA 3
    Last edited by artdrivers; 08-16-2009 at 05:12 AM.
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