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Abit IP35 Pro XE JMicron RAID/AHCI Driver

I'm having a tough time overclocking my Q on my Abit IP35 Pro board. I have an IP35 PRO (Not XE) and I have been "given" a QX JMicron RAID/AHCI Installation Disk - The same thing.. but for JMicron.. not. OTHERS Drivers - Abit IP35 Pro XE JMicron RAID/AHCI Preinstall · Abit IP35 Pro XE JMicron RAID/AHCI Preinstall. Windows XP, Windows , Windows I have an IP35 Pro that I want to enable AHCI on (currently running IDE mode). However, I have some saved posts from the old ABIT forums where some claimed that an OS reinstall was not necessary to Listed as Intel RAID/AHCI installation disk. Abit IP35 Pro XE with both SATA and IDE g: JMicron.


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Abit IP35 Pro XE JMicron RAID/AHCI Driver

Glow9 I have a q and with the new bioses it works fine Nice, anyone running a Q? Ace-a-Rue Powerfull Nice, anyone running a Q?

Driver: Abit IP35 Pro XE JMicron RAID/AHCI

I have a Q works fine with official bios Prospector I have a Q works fine with official bios Is that an EO stepping? Though I only used it about an hour while I was troubleshooting another issue.

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I normally use BIOS 18 beta because it says "1. Support E0 Stepping.

Abit IP35 Pro XE JMicron RAID/AHCI Drivers for Windows 10

What a pain in the arse! I spent over an hour trying different setting combination til I finally got it working.

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But it's done now. JWilson Motherboad starts, indicator shows "2b" invoke video bios and nothing happends.

After few resertsmay easilly go over 10 and over motherboard finally loads and everything works fine. Even tried to send a message to abit tech support few months ago, here: Are hardware manufacturer's support teams trying to beat nvidia's record of a longest wait time for e-mail reply which came after a NINE monts - I bougth another motherboard whith non-nvidia chipset during this time Just can't seem to part with Abit even Abit IP35 Pro XE JMicron RAID/AHCI they will be parting with us soon.

I am ignorant to OC'ing and dont know where to begin.

I'm afraid of doing dist-upgrade, cause it might be the same error but on my installed system The Ubuntu splash screen hangs for a while trying to mount the root file system, then I'm dumbed into Busy Box and get the initframs error message repeatedly in some kind of infinite loop. The strange thing is that 2 times I did get Hardy up and running without doing anything different, and everything seemed to work fine, but when I restart it just hangs again!

And, I was then unable to get into Windows I dual-boot with Vista. I'll be following this thread to see if any solutions come up, I would deeply appreciate any suggestions anyone might have. Jong April 26th, Abit IP35 Pro XE JMicron RAID/AHCI described by other users, it just loops infinite Very disappointing: Aearenda April 26th, Maqz April 26th, Now I just loads a really long time and then it drops me a black screen.

After a few seconds this message appears with random digits in fron of them. That did nothing, however.

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It still hangs when it's trying to mount the root file system. Using the RAID setting is no option for me, as I sometimes need to use Windows, and Ubuntu becomes more or less unusable even though it does boot.

I am running an Intel motherboard with an e quadcore chipset. I got the same freeze with the same busybox message.

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So I did more searching in the bugs list and found this link that explains a possible workaround https:

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