Gigabyte GA-965G-DS4 SATA2 Driver
Specification sheet: GAP-DS4 GIGABYTE S Series - Intel LGA 2x PCI, 4x DDR (Dual), 8x SATA2 RAID, 1x ATA, 10x USB , SPDIF Port. I have GAP DS4 moterboad. I am connect DVD to Gigabyte SATA2 interface and switch this interface to IDE mode. And my NEC ADS worked. ASUS P7Q Premium · Mainboard: GIGABYTE GA-XDS4 · Manufacturer: Intel Corporation Product Name: DQ35JO .. -assembled: Gigabyte GAP-S3.
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Gigabyte GA-965G-DS4 SATA2 Driver
Issue persists even when X11 is not running.
Gigabyte GA-965P-DS4 - motherboard - ATX - LGA775 Socket - P965
No information on syslog prior to crash. Workarounds Tried everything mentioned here and on other places about passing kernel options and disabling features in the BIOS, but Gigabyte GA-965G-DS4 SATA2 helped. This BIOS has solved all the random hangs that has been reported Gigabyte GA-965G-DS4 SATA2 for this motherboard. The BIOS can be found here: And it is possible that other reported problems here could also be related to hardware and bios issues.
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My computer has the following specs: On my board, there are 5 internal SATA connectors. Number 1 and 2 are red coloured and number 3 and 4 are black coloured.
I have my harddisc connected to the first SATA port. I tried the following CDs: LIVE pre Knot3 It took about 10 minutes to boot, so I canceled. Pressing F6 at the grub menu and adding "all-generic-ide irqpoll" had worked for me. After Gigabyte GA-965G-DS4 SATA2 installation and the first reboot, I had to edit the grub entry Gigabyte GA-965G-DS4 SATA2 pressing "e" and add the options mentioned above. I added these options to " defoptions If you have any questions, ask me Zulu5.
Worked without problems on P5B Deluxe.
Debian HCL - -assembled / Gigabyte GAP-S3
Story 3 I downloaded a Daily cd from http: The workaround is to install LILO during the installation process. You may need to manually create a lilo.
The alternate CD did not work for me, so be sure to use the right one. Installation of Edgy Eft beta was successful.
Later I backported to 2. The back ported version of the driver is here: After trying various combinations of bios settings and kernel options, I finally blundered into a working combination: I can boot and install Gigabyte GA-965G-DS4 SATA2 the default Edgy Live CD without any problem.
Once installed, everything is fully functional! So no install is possible.
Displayed only the partions of the first one. Which is the wrong one in my case I installed Gigabyte GA-965G-DS4 SATA2 but grub was installed on the wrong HDD and the PC booted after a complete seemingly working install back into XP.
Story 9 Works fine with p5b-E 'cept for nic which is not supported. Been up for a month with no crashes. User Gigabyte GA-965G-DS4 SATA2 did crash once while I was not home - perhaps because I had updated gnome.
There is a bug in 2. It is fixed in 2.
Will try again with 2. The e driver in Edgy doesn't work on these motherboards but the latest on sf.
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I had a couple of minor problems, probably due to my kernel build, but they Gigabyte GA-965G-DS4 SATA2 easily worked around. The first was Gigabyte GA-965G-DS4 SATA2 the installation stalls after installing the kernel, waiting for user input. The second problem was that it wouldn't boot after the installation was completed, either because grub wasn't installed or the partition wasn't marked bootable. The workaround was to boot from the CD, run grub-install then toggle the boot flag with fdisk.