My PC is a old one and it supports only PATA/IDE/ATA Hard disks, Is there any sort of converter or anything like that from which I would be able to use a SATA hard disk which are cheaper and have high capacities?
My Current HDD details:
ST3802110A ATA Device
At a quick glance, there are "5" quick and easy ways to identify the new B3 Revision motherboards from ASUS. :doublethumb:
(1) Motherboard packaging (New B3 Revison label)
(2) Onboard sticker
(5) ASUS SATA Verifier utility
Check in detail (with images, links and other...
Intel to launch Core i7 920 D0 revision on March 2nd
cosmetic ink swatch, requires BIOS update
On March 2nd, Intel is planning to release a D-0 revision of its highly popular Core i7 920 chip, which is currently using C-0 stepping. Enthusiasts need not worry though, as there is literally no...
Intel to launch Q8200 and Q8200s R0 revision on February 23
Halide free, new instructions, power states
On February 23, Intel is planning to launch an R0 revision of its Core 2 Quad Q8200 chip, which is currently using M1 stepping. Additionally, it plans to launch an energy efficient 65w...
I have a AMD Athlon XP 2000+, ASUS A7N266-VM Board. With BIOS Revision 1005.
I've bought a new 40GB Transcend Storejet 2.5" External Drive (TS40GSJ25)
I am working in WindowsXP Professional With SP2. The drivers of the USB
Controllers and Properly Installed and the Device status is...