Considering the ease we managed MHz though, it didn’t seem to be worth the trouble and high voltage increment for just another 10MHz of bragging rights. Oct 13, Posts: It’s not worth the hassle IMO. I didn’t even bother getting a CD burner until last year. What we liked about this feature is that it speeds up the assembling process, as you can position this connector near your eyes, not needing to position your eyes near the motherboard usually bending the whole body to read what is written. And the recourse you usually have in such a situation is to get a replacement mobo; you’ve probably spent more time fiddling with it than that would cost.
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It works fine with the new PSU.
ASUS P5B Motherboard Review
I can live with it being in the older format instead of libsata as I don’t need any fancy features NCQ, hotswap from it. That is the part which supports RAID Also, a USB floppy drive is perfect for these situations. If it is the configuration then download the manual and go to page 5.
So that means restoring from backup. Besides the ten USB 2. Sun May 13, 1: I didn’t even bother getting a CD burner until last year. It burns very good discs, though at the cost of speed in some situations.
With no disks detected there is nothing to configure as RAID, which is probably the reason you do not even get the Control I option. Not sure how people get along with it and the eSATA port on the back of the mobo, though. Originally posted by The Faceless Rebel: And the recourse you usually have in such a situation is to get a replacement mobo; you’ve probably spent more time fiddling with it than that would cost.
I just went through hell jmicrpn that controller on an Asus P5B Plus.
This motherboard has one Gigabit Ethernet port, controlled by the south bridge using a Realtek RTLB to make the physical layer interface. I think this is my o5b post in many, many years haha, but I’m finally about to leave the 2. Zsus many attempts to compile a new kernel the RPMS don’t have the Attansic driver built-in only to meet with kernel panic on boot, I broke down and carefully compared the configuration of a stock Fedora Core 6 kernel that works with the JMicron vs the latest 2.
ASUS P5B Plus motherboard – no any drives found – how to restore RAID array? – Super User
Or, get in touch with ASUS; their tech support is reliable as a rule, even out-of-warranty, and they can likely tell you if it’s a hardware failure. Or it might just be bad luck, statistics on two units is less than optimal, but writing down what failed and when it did is a good idea for your IT staff cq.
The rest of the specs are equal to P5B. Thu May 10, 9: Sat May 12, 5: Considering the ease we managed MHz though, it didn’t seem to be worth the trouble and high voltage increment for just another 10MHz of bragging rights. I’ve heard a few people have gotten bad burners which were DOA.
Operating stability is also kept in check with an 8-phase power design. I’ve seen some boards use other chipsets e. Six to be exact, excluding the main CPU fan.
May 4, Posts: The ADI B also supports noise canceling and array microphone technology for which ASUS even supplied an array microphone to make full use of this feature. Once I did that, the kernel could boot. Thu May 10, 1: If you see this then no drives are connected, no drives have power or something on-board broke.