Welcome to BleepingComputer , a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. If you’ve have the drivers, any AGP card should work. It’s not that big of a deal to just insert disk 1 and go on with the game, but there is no way to copy or archive Doom 3 Disk 1 due to its copy protection scheme, even though you have a legit set of CD’s and keys. Wrong game for the A7. Here’s what I saw: Second boot is set as scsi, all the rest disabled.

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The windows disk is clean. Not having done this before, I am not sure what it will see.

ASUS A7N8X-E Deluxe SATA issue – Internal Hardware

What I’ve discovered since performing these operations is that my rxid is not unique–there are lots of people on this and other web sites looking for a cure to this particular predicament. I added the kernel boot options Code:.

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It runs Windows XP now and probably always will. But, as far I know there is no such animal. I have looked in My Computer and it sees the Sata drive s? Which is good, unless you’re trying to sell something and having your time wasted by fraudulent would-be purchasers.


I briefly ran through a few games and didn’t notice any startling FPS improvement along line. I see the new option for raid or scsi, I have that enabled.

Leave memory frequency at SPD. So far, so good.

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As a seller, I went round and round with Ebay and they finally got onboard and backed me up. I’ll try to get over to Walmart sale and pick one up this weekend. The reason for doing this is to get the computer rair operate slowly. Man, that more than a workbench – that’s an intersanctum! Here are my system specs.

ASUS A7N8X-E Deluxe SATA issue

I can be content with what the likes of GOG has to offer, and at a fraction of the price and no rad. They said “RMA it if you want to”. I did remove them and tried again before I posted. Thanks for the link. It is a native AGP offering, unlike the HD46x0 using a weird bridge chip that causes compatibility issues.

The only thing I knew I needed to do to try and solve it was to slow down the computer so that I had time to hit the appropriate buttons. Yes I have hit f4 to set up array as mirrored. Did this to test if SATA drive might be causing this. At the end of the day they are still consumer products rwid low-cost components.


There were no problems with the likes of Doom and Wolfenstein 3D, and you shouldn’t expect faid. Not quite that simple, as the system has already been setup as IDE, and you would have to figure out how to slip those drivers in-place, somewhere deep in the system and registry.

The only thing I can think of offering you at this stage is a step-by-step walk-through with pics, one-step-at-a-time so we both know exactly what is going on. This includes the G drive. I had to use a spare Watt PS, as it was the only one I had with a7n8x–e of the old style power connectors to go around. I do believe it is being reconized now.

Download the asus update utility if your nervous of updating the bios. This seems extremely unlikely. I called Asus and they were very curt and unhelpful.