connect SATA1 HDD To new Motheboards with SATA2 support? Tags: Hard Drives Connection Support Storage Last response: July 30, 2006 6:58 PM in Storage Share sina_salek July 30, 2006 6:18:55 PM can connect SATA1 HDD To new Motheboards with SATA2 support? More about : connect sata1 hdd motheboards sata2 support born2phrag July 30, 2006 6:58:36 PM Yup, but it'll run at SATA1 speed. I'm doing it right now with my 2 SATA HDDs. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources New 2nd SATA2 HDD causing old 1st SATA1 HDD to fail? Forum Old Sata1 HDD not recognized in Bios if mixed with Sata2 drives Forum SolvedBrand new PC that runs windows XP SP3 wont recognize SATA2 hdd, which is recognized in BIOS though Forum Can I connect sata2 hdd on sata 3 port on mobo Forum GA-945p-s3 sata hdd can it support sata2 or sata3? Forum I wonder if JMB363 can support really full bandwidth of SATA2 HDD? Forum does asus formula support SATA2 HDD with 32 MB cache?? Forum Can I connect an internal HDD SATA2 through the eSATA? Forum Solvedusing HDD IDE in a new MB support Sata ports only Forum New sata2 hdd on asus m2v-mx (dual boot) Forum SolvedNew build - wont boot to bios if I connect HDD, SSD or DVD drive! Forum SolvedHow can I connect my current 2.5 inch HDD to a new computer? Forum SolvedDo I need to reinstall Windows 7 if I connect my old HDD to a new rig? Forum "This computer's hardware may not support booting to this disk" - New HDD Forum Added new HDD but disappears when connect external HDD Forum SolvedI connected a new Toshiba 1TB hard drive via a usb docking device. The HDD was recognised and the message "Your new hardware Forum SolvedOld pc died. Can I connect my it's hdd to new build to recover files? Forum How can I connect my current 2.5 inch HDD to a new computer? Forum SolvedConnecting old pata hdd to new build... Forum My motherboard doesn't support AHCI, is IDE mode + SATA 2 much slower for new SDD/HDD/SSHD? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !