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Re: Dell SC1425 and large (750GB) SATA drive not seen

If the BIOS cant see them, this may be a better question for poweredge-linux lists us dell com



On Fri, 21 Sep 2007, Steve Hanselman wrote:


I've a Dell SC1425 which works fine with a pair of 80GB WD drives.

I have just tried to put a pair of Seagate 750GB SATA drives in and they
are not seen, not by the BIOS (which I've now upgraded to A03), nor by
Seagate's standalone utility nor by Linux.

The chipset is an ICH5, any reason why this wouldn't support these

Drives are ST3750640AS and I've also tried using the 1.5GB limit jumper
as well

Seagate say they must be DOA but it seems a little unlikely that I'd get
two in a single order!!


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