How to set up Master and Slave mode in Bios

Good afternoon! How to set up Master and Slave mode in Bios for 2 hard drives

Eugene

Expert answer:

Hello Evgeny! As you probably know you have B IOS Award, you will need to do the following:

  1. Open the first section “Standart GMOS Features”;
  2. You will be presented with 4 lines: IDE Primary Master, IDE Primary Slave, IDE Secondary Master, IDE Secondary Slave;
  3. Configure according to your needs.

Everything. As you can see, there is nothing complicated in this.

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