I’m converting an old PC(old Gateway about 10 or 11 years old) to a network storage device. It has an IDE motherboard and will not recognize the new SATA hard drive I’m trying to install using a converter. What changes need to be made in the BIOS?
A ten to eleven year old computer will almost certainly have a limit of less than 137GIG in the BIOS and if you are unlucky it may be only 32Gig. Rather than buying a converter that may be problematic get a PCI to SATA card which costs about the same and are very cheap.