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Originally Posted by Relaxy View Post

well i think i pluged my front esata to a normal sata 3gs on my mobo how can i check what my esata is pluged in to and to know if its the esata contact?

My bad.. should have looked at your motherboard in your sig. the J-Micron controller is for the two rear panel e-sata connectors. Now that I think of it, I don't think the P8P67 deluxe has an internal e-SATA connection on the motherboard, so if you are connected to a standard SATA connector on the motherboard, turning off the J-Micron controller will not affect the front panel sata connection.

I was thinking e-SATA when I first posted, and realized after your post, that what I was really thinking of, was the FireWire 1394 connection mid board... not e-SATA. Sorry for the confusion.
Edited by xandypx - 1/18/12 at 7:09pm
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