Wie bekomme ich LS-120 unter Win7 zum Laufen?

January 22, 2011 at 08:49:54
Specs: Windows 7, Intel Core Duo2 E8400
Hi, habe ein ASUS P5Q-E MoBo und am PRI-EIDE Bus ein LS-120 (Cabel Select) als einziges Gerät hängen. Das Gerät wird im BIOS nicht explizit angezeigt, wohl aber im BBS beim Starten und wenn der Marvell 88SE61xx-Adapter aufgerufen wird (BIOS V 1.1.0.l70d) wird das LW am Adapter 1 Port 0 als PATA: LS-120 (Size: UHD Fl, Speed: MDMA-1) erkannt. Die Geräusche vom LW sind deutlich vernehmbar. Rufe ich später den Explorer auf, finde ich kein LW A: aber ein LW B:, welches nicht ansprechbar ist. Das LS-120 ist auch nicht im Gerätemanager zu finden (auch nicht unter den ausgeblendeten). Wer kann helfen? Bin mit meinem Latinum am Ende!
Danke im Voraus

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#1
January 22, 2011 at 09:03:14
Hajoke,

This is basically an English speaking forum. Can you repost in English please.


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#2
January 22, 2011 at 17:50:23
I used Googles to translate their German and I still don't know what their problem is.
http://www.google.com.au/language_t...

Hi, I have a ASUS P5Q-E mobo and hang on the PRI EIDE bus is an LS-120 (Cable Select) as a single device. The device is in the BIOS does not appear explicitly, but the BBS when you start and when the 88SE61xx Marvell adapter is called (BIOS 1.1.0.l70d V) is the LW on the adapter 1 as PATA port 0: LS-120 (Size: UHD Fl, Speed: MDMA-1) detected. The noise from LW are clearly audible. I'll call later, the Explorer, I find no drive A: but LW B:, which is not responsive. The LS-120 is not found in Device Manager (even hidden under). Who can help? Am with my latinum at the end!
Thanks in advance


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#3
January 22, 2011 at 20:18:37
Translation software is not completely reliable when there is no specifically technical uses of words involved.
I gather that his LS-120 drive which is a EIDE (PATA) device is not being recognized, possibly not in BIOS and definitely not in windows. He is apparently using Cable Select as a sole IDE device on the cable. I would recommend changing the jumper to Master and trying that. As far as I know A or B drive letters will only be assigned to floppy drives, I know that the LS-120 is similar to the floppy, but on the IDE cable, it probably would get a different letter.

Anyone have anything else to add....

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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