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My motherboard refuses to load with my IDE hard drive connected. In my bios it doesn't appear under the main tab. It appears under the boot tab when I click on hard drives. I know this hard drive works. And I'd really like to get the information off of it. Any way I can go about doing that? Maybe a certain setting in my motherboard bios will let it use both IDE and Sata?

I do have it set to slave with the pins.
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check if you can change the settings in bios, so that sata boots first. sorry im a noob at sata
    
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Should be a way to set, in the BIOS, the priorety of boot-devices.

Such as IDE-0, IDE-1, IDE-2, SATA-0, SATA-1, SATA-2, then the generic CDROM, FLOPPY, NETWORK...

Of course, I haven't had the chance to play with the Asus P5W DH Deluxe, So I can't say for sure what the exact option is.
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