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i have the asus p67 deluxe and in the on board devices
can i disable the marvell or the jmb storage i am using the white and drark blue sata port not the light blue. i have a intell ssd a blu ray player and 2 hard drives
post #2 of 7
i would use the marvell ports if i were u. use the 2 intel sata 3 ports and the 2 marvell sata 3 ports. dont use the sata 2 ports as they may fail on u (unless somehow u got hold of one of the new boards that dont have the sata 2 port problem)
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them are the ports i am using

post #4 of 7
Yeah, those will be fine. The light blue ones are the Sata 2 ports that fail. The other 4 are all Sata 3.
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so can i disable the marvell in the bios or what is the lite blue ports
just want to disable things i dont use or need.

and another thing is when i boot my screen go black with a small line at the top for a bout 30 seconds be for it load the windows log on screen is here a way to get rid of that.
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so can i disable the marvell in the bios or what is the lite blue ports
just want to disable things i dont use or need.

and another thing is when i boot my screen go black with a small line at the top for a bout 30 seconds be for it load the windows log on screen is here a way to get rid of that.
Sometimes an external usb device will cause the extended wait upon booting.
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ok my head set and keyboard are ubs
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