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Thread: P55A UD3 SATA problem




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    Default Re: P55A UD3 SATA problem

    Thanks, I'll test the memory sticks and check the cpu pins. If that doesn't work does that mean I have bad memory sockets?

    Any ideas about my SATA problem?

    Thanks

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    Default Re: P55A UD3 SATA problem

    you have sata3? you need to look in the manual and put the drives on the sata3ports port0 will still be sata2 speed,im not sure with that mb but i think its the white sata sockets for sata3 and enable it in the bios
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    Default Re: P55A UD3 SATA problem

    Sorry - Wrong thread.

    The BIOS for the GA-P55A-UD7 has gone from F8a to VCO. Is there some meaning to the change in numbering format?

    I recently moved to F8a and it seemed to fix a problem with my ATI graphics card failing to return from sleep. However now (or maybe still) I get strange behavior with my hard disk assignment. If I sleep with USB drives active, my highest two hard disks disappear when I resume from sleep with the same USB drives powered up. Didn't used to do this.

    Reboot clears it up; but that rather defeats the point of sleep. Which I consider essential.
    Last edited by alternety; 09-24-2010 at 03:08 AM. Reason: Wrong Thread

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