VIA VT8237 MOTHERBOARD DRIVER DETAILS:

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The only onboard components included are built-in 5. Not a lot, but really quite perfect for building office PCs. Dual channel DDR operation is supported. This Via VT8237 Motherboard be enough for anyone's expansion needs. While this IC lacks some of the features of other recent chipsets from Intel and nVidia, one neat Via VT8237 Motherboard that the VT southbridge does support is hot swapable Serial ATA hard drives.

Not many other Southbridge chips out there can boast this, and it's handy when you want to move a large amount of data between PCs. Since the ASRock V88 does not generate a lot of heat, it can be placed in smaller cases without any Via VT8237 Motherboard. You have four drives now, and your DVD drive counts as one drive of course.

Some BIOS's will lock out options if another condition is met, in your case you're at the four drive limit on the IDE connections, so anything else is not available. I'm not certain about this, but it does add up Still, I can try disconnecting the secondary ATA port and see if it makes any difference. Via VT8237 Motherboard

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