PC-3000 Not Power up HDD

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kennethwy
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PC-3000 Not Power up HDD

Postby kennethwy » 25.08.16, 04:43

Hi everyone,

I've received my PC-3000 UDMA a couple of days ago. I've installed the board into one of the PCs here

Motherboard: ASROCK H97M Anniversary

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Power Supply: SilverStone 700W Strider Essential

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Both Channel & SATA cables connection

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I've tried SATA-0 & Channel 0: Don't power on HDD that connected to PC-3000 (Power indicator on the lower right of the program are in red color)
I've tried SATA-1 & Channel 1: Same result
I've switched it to another PC: same result

I've tried to connect SATA 0 from the board to a HDD, power supply from PC - It works, it powered up HDD and everything looks just alright.

Can anyone tell me what is wrong with my setup?

Thanks in advance

Best Regards,
Darecom


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Re: PC-3000 Not Power up HDD

Postby JayPiKay » 25.08.16, 09:29

Is your PC-3000 board also connected to the power supply? Can be easily overlooked when installing the board.

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Re: PC-3000 Not Power up HDD

Postby DataMedics » 25.08.16, 20:10

I'm just waiting for the "DOH!" response to be posted. :lol:


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Re: PC-3000 Not Power up HDD

Postby kennethwy » 26.08.16, 09:57

Hi JayPiKay,

Yea it is. power supply from PC --> POWER IN

Thanks

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Re: PC-3000 Not Power up HDD

Postby DataMedics » 29.08.16, 17:45

Maybe you have a bad power supply relay board on the PC-3000. I know I had one light on fire early on when I was using PC-3000. Never had an issue since it was replaced.

I'd probably break out a multimeter and check voltages on everything, make sure you've tried different HDD's connected to the channel, etc. to rule everything out before putting in a ticket with Ace.


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