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Thread: Help building my MA770-UD3 rev2.0




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    Default Help building my MA770-UD3 rev2.0

    Hi guys...
    Im going to build my new system and i have a few questions:

    1) My processor is a ATHLON II X2 240. The correct bios version
    to work is the FD. So the default bios version in the rev2.0 is FA?
    and when i go to flash the bios first is FA to FB and then FB to FD
    or i can jump from FA bios version to FD directly.

    2) I have a Samsung SATA3 HDD and a DVD-RW in IDE Master and
    a DVDROM in IDE Slave.
    What is the correct SATA port to plug the HDD and if put the
    HDD to Native IDE mode, i dont have to install the SATA drivers
    disk in WinXP installation.

    Thanks for your attention.
    Bye.

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    Default Re: Help building my MA770-UD3 rev2.0

    Yes You will want to use Q-Flash and flash straight to FD. Yes no pre install drivers will be necessary if SATAII is in ide mode. I would connect to SATAII_0.
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...ench-test.html
    http://www.gigabyte-usa.com/FileList...ios_qflash.pdf
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