What I am I missing here? I have never seen anything quite like this. Anyway, I thought I would share this with anyone out there thinking about doing this. Solved Need help converting audio Barrett00 , Dec 28, at You can’t store the image on a partition you’re going to delete and then recover the image and you can’t store the image on the same partition you’re backingup. Sata connector for hard drive broken; need help!
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Intel Desktop Board D975XBX – motherboard – ATX – LGA775 Socket – i975X Series
You can not post a blank message. I tried the Intel site and registered but even though, I can read the postings on their “discussion” site, I cannot start a new one. I have a PC with the intel dxbx board and four 2TB sata drives in it.
These drives are connected to the black sata connectors, not the blue. I always wind up using google to find what I need. Your name or email address: Any advise is appreciated! If you’re not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started.
What are you going to store the backup image on? You can’t store the image on a partition you’re going to delete and then recover the image and you can’t store the image on the same partition you’re backingup.
TechSpot is dedicated to computer enthusiasts intwl power users. TechSpot Account Sign up for freeit takes 30 seconds. I went back and forth between trying to reboot and the recovery console several times and suddenly it worked! DCMNov 18, This content has been marked as final. I was looking for this info on the Intel site last night but could not get anywhere on there.
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Please enter a title. Will Win 7 install in this scenario?
MumbodogNov 18, I was talking to another buddy of mine and he mentioned that he thought that when you install an OS, the RAID drivers actually get compiled into the kernel and that might explain why this was occuring. Your name or email address: Ask a question and give support.