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Gigabyte 965P-DS3P rev 2.0 HDD read/write problem

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Do you have HDD problems with 965P-DS3P ?

Total: 3 votes

  • No , everything works rock solid
  • 67 %
  • Yes , i have all sorts of errors including installer , corupt file , CRC erorrs after OS install
  • 34 %
  • Yes but only at install Windows Xp - no hdd detected
  • 0 %
  • None of the above -but is HDD related
  • 0 %
March 22, 2007 9:46:17 AM

How do i get rid off write/read errors on my hdd ?

1. My bios is the last release : F4 ;

2. I did the firmware update for the Marvell Lan controller ;

3. I tried every posibile mode on the Sata yellow ICH8 Ports plus the other 2 purple ports , AHCI and IDE Mode , with or without LAN enabled , full format on HDD ;

4. Tried both XP SP2 & Vista clean install(yes i can install them with very little problems ) full format single NTFS partision & multi NTFS partisions - same errors (ex : Win Rar CRC errors , installer errors - all sorts of errors after install ;

5. No virus on hdd - full format several times no aplications installed except Winrar , LATEST DRIVERS for mobo , video & LAN
(after install off mobo drivers blue scren at boot on Vista , XP = ok at boot) ;

6. Tested HDD - no bad sectors , works perfectly on other motherboard ;

7. Tested with duall sided & single sided mem sticks Geil DDR 800 and TwinMos 533 in Duall Chanell or Single Chanell mode - same errors

8.Tried with WD 250 GB & Seagate 200 GB Sata II NCQ - same errors

9.I reset BIOS & LOAD OPTIMIZED

10. I removed the motherboard from the pc case an ran the sistem on wood table

My sistem is - Core Duo E6300 1.86 Ghz ,
Gigabyte 965P-DS3P rev 2.0
mem Geil 2 x 1GB DDR2 6400 CL5
Galaxy 7600 GT 256 MB
HDD WD250 GB SATA II 2500KS
DVDRW 1608 P3S
Power Source Enermax Liberty 400 W

More about : gigabyte 965p ds3p rev hdd read write problem

a b V Motherboard
March 22, 2007 10:06:28 AM

Try a new cable. Otherwise you might want to RMA that board.
March 22, 2007 10:16:41 AM

Have you tried swapping SATA cables?
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a b V Motherboard
March 22, 2007 12:27:56 PM

Do you have the voltage of the CPU and memory correct?
Do you have the FSB and memory ratio correct?
I had to manually enter the correct values on my motherboard.
Your system may not be fully stable until these values are correct.
March 22, 2007 12:33:15 PM

i tried a diferent cable , i think ill RMA tis board
March 22, 2007 5:50:26 PM

i tried every possible setting in BIOS - nothing works
March 24, 2007 5:26:44 PM

Today i bought Corsair 2x 1 GB 6400 C4 Corsair and problem soved :D  !

Now everything works ROCK SOLID @ OC CPU 3.2 GHZ 458 FSB :D 
!