Third-party burn programs work just fine. To be frank, I’ve seen just about every thread and comment on the web about this issue including the one kindly referred to by the two of you , but I’m a bit too technically ignorant to confidently go ahead with the solution. I’m not familiar with that drive. I put my sati hardrive on both controllers the jmicron and the intel It kept saying that the window needed to be refreshed or that I needed to reboot the machine. Might be worth you dropping them a line as the board is different to ours.
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Sunday, May 17, Mar 8, Messages: I don’t really care about cost. Tuesday, May 19, 4: By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. I tried all possible drivers availible from JMicron.
Newer Post Older Post Home. Thursday, July 2, 7: Tuesday, May 19, 8: I had tried to use an eSATA drive a few weeks ago and kept getting an “This drive needs to be formatted” message or the drive wouldn’t be detected unless it was connected at boot time no hotplugging.
Windows 7 IT Pro. The eventlog message is: Office Office Exchange Server. They have asked me for a number of screen shots but so far no fix!
The problem happen only when you do some big Hdd move, compression, copy I’m very close to buying a sata dvdrw drive On the other hand, I do have a USB drive.
A quick follow up to my post above. I’ve read lots of threads on this issue, but I have to say that the terminology was way over my head.
Third-party burn programs work just fine. I’Ve just updated it for the 1. Finally, if any of you can, could you direct me to an jmmb36x, but simple, walkthrough that will resolve this JMicron baloney?
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Monday, September 7, 4: This time I could detect the drive and the formatting worked just fine. Do you already have an account? Tried all Bios’s for the board and all drivers that could be found and still that same issue. Windows sometimes does some odd ID’ing. Wednesday, July 21,