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Currenbtly the Seagate drive is making squeals as if something is broken along with the periodic ticks. I’d suggest ga-7vt600 sata STOP doing anything right now until you get the correct drivers ready.
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Don’t “force” them — but they should “snap” gently into place. I warm rebooted again and finally they all were detected. Parts ga-7vt600 sata more valuable than an old used PC. Although I understand from your previous comments that nVidia chipsets are now working essentially the same way for AMD’s.
Am still not getting anywhere with SATA. From the look of things I will be returning this Seagate drive but ga-7vt600 sata considering switching to ga-7vt600 sata Maxtor though havent had much luck with these drives past 1 year or Western Digital.
I couldn’t get mines running until I installed the raid drivers from the floppy that came with my motherboard.
And of ba-7vt600 all of those are “imaged” so I can “play all I want” and still restore them if ga-7vt600 sata get trashed. Assume same is ga-7vt600 sata for Seagate drives.
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I’ve been saving them for 17 years. For WD drives, the same model may be either depending on when it was ga-7vt600 sata.
For Seagates, the I wear a lot of hats This noise has been going on steady for 5 ga-7vt600 sata now. Yes it does have a jumper.
The drive was detected and was able to use the Seagate Tool. Ga-7vt600 sata confusing and even manufacturers add to the confusion. I must “warm” ga-7v600 before it is detected.