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It appears your mobo does not support SATA. If you are seeking SATA
capabilities, it is best to invest in a newer mobo ... one also with RAID
capabilities as well to expand your options in the future.
"Thomas" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> hi is it possible to fit a sata hardrive to my gigabite GA-7VA
> motherboard..which already has a ide 80g ata h/drive...
> if so how...pls