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post #11 of 21
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No, it was definately off.
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Personally I don't think so.

I unplug PSU, flip switch off. Remove battery, press power button, use the jumper, press power button and then replace battery and cmos jumper, instant wipe of everything.
ya thats what i thought as well thanks, i just use cmos jumpers

i think his problem could have been a grounding issue...
was it an external hdd? with esata? or was it an internal hdd? i agree for u to take out the battery, and jump the clear cmos, refer to ur manual for that,
http://america.giga-byte.com/FileLis...965p-ds4_e.pdf
    
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post #13 of 21
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No, it was definately off.
It wouldn't matter anyways since the eSATA standard allows for hot swapping.

I would do as others recommended and unplug the computer, press the power button to discharge any residual power and CLR CMOS. You don't have to pull the CMOS battery to do this, just use the CLR CMOS jumper on the board itself (see manual).
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post #14 of 21
Is the connector board mounted or on a dongle to the board?
post #15 of 21
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Well, it worked. I'm just curious as to what may have caused this problem.
post #16 of 21
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I'm not sure what you mean, the sata panel is connected by regular sata cables to the board.
post #17 of 21
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Well, it worked. I'm just curious as to what may have caused this problem.

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I'm not sure what you mean, the sata panel is connected by regular sata cables to the board.
connected by regular sata cables
post #18 of 21
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ya thats what i thought as well thanks, i just use cmos jumpers

i think his problem could have been a grounding issue...
was it an external hdd? with esata? or was it an internal hdd? i agree for u to take out the battery, and jump the clear cmos, refer to ur manual for that,
http://america.giga-byte.com/FileLis...965p-ds4_e.pdf
It was an internal hdd.
post #19 of 21
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I checked the manual before I did this operation, but thanks for the link.
post #20 of 21
Whenever there's a pc problem with not starting always try unplugging and clearing CMOS first
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