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What to expect after SATA port reallocation to drives

PostPosted: Mon Apr 23, 2012 9:09 am
by sigi
My BING freezes in Maintenance Mode when booting from Hard Disk. This has not always been so.

My present port allocation (which may have been changed by a computer repair shop some time ago) is as follows:

Port-00: No device
Port-01: CDROM (CDDVDW)
Port-02: CDROM (DVD-ROM)
Port-03: Hard Disk (HD-0)
Port-04: Hard Disk (HD-1)
Port-05: No device

I would like to change the connection of disks to SATA ports for test purposes e.g. connecting the Hard Disks to ports 00 and 01.

Is it worth trying? Which negative consequences could ensue?

Re: What to expect after SATA port reallocation to drives

PostPosted: Mon Apr 23, 2012 3:07 pm
by TeraByte Support
disable pata/sata support in settings.

"sigi" wrote in message news:2098@public.bootitng...

My BING freezes in Maintenance Mode when booting from Hard Disk. This has
not always been so.

My present port allocation (which may have been changed by a computer repair
shop some time ago) is as follows:

Port-00: No device
Port-01: CDROM (CDDVDW)
Port-02: CDROM (DVD-ROM)
Port-03: Hard Disk (HD-0)
Port-04: Hard Disk (HD-1)
Port-05: No device

I would like to change the connection of disks to SATA ports for test
purposes e.g. connecting the Hard Disks to ports 00 and 01.

Is it worth trying? Which negative consequences could ensue?


Re: What to expect after SATA port reallocation to drives

PostPosted: Mon Apr 23, 2012 5:05 pm
by sigi
TeraByte Support wrote:disable pata/sata support in settings.


What do you mean by that? Would this setting enable free testing without negative consequences like Win7 Disk Repair?

Re: What to expect after SATA port reallocation to drives

PostPosted: Tue Apr 24, 2012 6:03 pm
by TeraByte Support
I mean go in to settings in BING and remove the checkmark from those options
to see if it fixes your problem. They only apply to CD support for imaging.

"sigi" wrote in message news:2112@public.bootitng...

[quote="TeraByte Support":hne7t3zx]disable pata/sata support in
settings.[/quote:hne7t3zx]

What do you mean by that? Would this setting enable free testing without
negative consequences like Win7 Disk Repair?


Re: What to expect after SATA port reallocation to drives

PostPosted: Tue Apr 24, 2012 11:21 pm
by Brian K
TeraByte Support wrote:They only apply to CD support for imaging.


I'm not sure what you mean here. In the Work with Partitions Bus, BIOS (direct) disappears when I try this.

Re: What to expect after SATA port reallocation to drives

PostPosted: Wed Apr 25, 2012 6:58 pm
by TeraByte Support
It's a BING setting.

"Brian K" wrote in message news:2127@public.bootitng...

[quote="TeraByte Support":3shlfbpz]They only apply to CD support for
imaging. [/quote:3shlfbpz]

I'm not sure what you mean here. In the Work with Partitions Bus, BIOS
(direct) disappears when I try this.