相当重要的一个Sata2的事情

 
我就纳闷了为什么Sata2 装上Winxp 或者Vista无法启动。我的电脑配置应该很屌了!原来这里面有个问题。就是一定要在BIOS里面选择"Large"把SATA2选择属性为Large, 不然会引导错误。
 
Go to the BIOS settings of your machine and
change the translation method used to access the hard drive from the
default setting “Auto” to “Large” (not LBA, not CHS!). Reboot and with
some luck installation will pick up at the point where it aborted
before. If it doesn’t continue with the second part of the
installation, you have to start over and do a fresh install. Leave the
BIOS setting at “Large” for that task!
 

The Solution (II)
As Diana
found out, another cause for this problem may be that an ATA-66/100/133
drive is attached with an 40 pin cable instead of an 80 pin cable. I
can’t verify this but consider it as enitrely possible for Microsoft to
choke on that so I thought I’d put it up here.

Update I: On two of my test systems I was able to set
the BIOS setting back to “Auto” after the installation of XP had
finished. Your mileage may vary.

Update II: The system I had this problem with is a
Pentium-IV 3,06 GHz with an Award BIOS 6.0 with any part of it hardly
being any older than 18 months.

Update III: As I just found out some genius introduced
a new way of setting the access mode in some BIOSes. Instead of
allowing to set the access mode in the “STANDARD CMOS CONFIGURATION”
screen, you have to use “IDE HDD AUTO DETECTION” instead. When the BIOS
reports your drive there, you *don’t* press “Y” to accept but instead
press “N”. You should then be able to chose whether to use “LBA”
(don’t) or “LARGE” (yup) as the access mode for the particular drive.

我重新装了一遍Vista然后选择了Large,没事了!!怪不得我以前装不上Winxp呢!今天弄得我想当郁闷,装了两遍Vista, Vista真是suck啊!

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