BIOSTAR M7VIZ-SATA DRIVER DETAILS:
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BIOSTAR M7VIZ-SATA DRIVER
Excuse me, but. So, that's not your problem.
Speaking of thousands, that's about how many potential faults you have to chose from that could be causing your problem with the blue screen. Did you use the Si driver on a floppy that came with your motherboard? That usually doesn't get you a unsigned driver warning when you make the installation. If not, try downloading the A driver from Silicon Image's web site. As I Biostar M7VIZ-SATA stated numerous times on this forum, nForce 2 Ultra chipset-type motherboards are quirky, which could be causing your blue screen.
What has worked for me in the past is reformatting your hard drives low level type format and then re-installing your OS. Do this with Biostar M7VIZ-SATA minimum of components installed and when you have things working properly, add each component modem, DVD drives, LAN stuff, etc Biostar M7VIZ-SATA at a time.
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Hope this works out for you. I am troubleshooting a Biostar M7VIZ-SATA which was operating OK, but recently bombed out. No Safe Mode either. All I can access is Bios and the Raid configuration cant be changed.
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What has been tried? First up I searched forum posts - seems the Via chipset is a big suspect judging from comments on Viaarena.
That time reloading the mobo SATA driver from floppy worked. Have flashed the Bios - made Biostar M7VIZ-SATA difference. XP spends ages checking the drive, then finally craps out saying it cant access it, so have to F3 out. Thanx in anticipation Bazzaw.
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Jun 22, Then remove the PATA and try again. Or try this. This procedure removes Biostar M7VIZ-SATA including the metadata written to the disk, which may explain the problem you are having with recognition. Found newer SATA drivers last night and tried installing them during WinInstall - this time Xp went as far as offering to format the drive which I declined Biostar M7VIZ-SATA I can check with owner.
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Weird Biostar M7VIZ-SATA about this Mobo Bios is that it doesnt seem to have an entry for SATA devices - have to figure that one out too. Ah - such fun, so much time Bazzaw, this jumped out at me from your post: Or any RAID for that matter. You have to have at least 2 drives to stripe.
What do you mean by that? VIA VTR SATA RAID RAID 0, 1.
Up to 2 SATA devices. • Video: UniChrome 2D/3D Graphics with motion compensation. • Audio: C-Media CMIA AC' M7VIZ-SATA. Socket: A.
Socket A; Supports AMD Athlon XP/Sempron/Duron Processors; System Interface Speed //MHz; Supports BIO-Remote 2.