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But if anyone knows a simple fix please let me know. October 28, 2011 Jeremy Old cpu died. And no this HDD does not get the click of death . I had only 2 days ago updated the Bois. have a peek here

June 13, 2012 Dave I'm not sure. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact us. That is NOT because the BIOS is failing to detect. Or, try a Live DVD such as Ubuntu Linux.

Sata Hard Drive Not Detected In Bios Or Setup

July 12, 2012 Shyam Hi Mahesh, Did you get any solution to your problem? Get the answer drtweakSep 26, 2013, 4:22 AM Have you tired disabling the IDE controller in the BIOS? The IDE HD had to be on the secondary IDE cable in order for it to be recognized by the sata drive.

  1. any help would be great,and no the drive is fine, nero will burn DVDS to the drive but thats it thanks in advance Azazel N.Y.D.M.
  2. The article on those drives didn't surprise me too much.
  3. Upon finishing, I went to various manufacturers' website to get latest drivers for motherboard, video card, etc. (including restarts and such) and then shut down for the day.
  4. jb 0 joeblow79stl 12 Years Ago I too am having the same problem.
  5. If you do mange to get your new setup to boot from the old ide drive you may not be able to transfer data to your new drive.
  6. I switched to it for capture and render and Liquid's performance got a lot better.
  7. Temporaly desativate secondary IDE Channel, while installing windows on HD SATA, because windows insist in write MBR both HD SATA and old IDE boot HD.4.

If not, then somehow it became unplugged and you need to check all your connections. I would also consider a BIOS update. When running more than one OS on multiple drives you can use this option, or if running a properly installed NT/2000/XP, you can add boot options into the boot.ini. Asus Bios Not Detecting Hard Drive Alternately, remove the battery from the motherboard and wait 5 minutes with the power supply unplugged.

As I only have one copy of XP installed I assume there is a left over file on D that upon boot makes the computer think there is more than one Asus Motherboard Not Detecting Sata Hard Drive I have tried everything and am out of ideas and patience. Other then that minor problem everything else works fine. http://mandrivausers.org/index.php?/topic/109239-ide-drives-not-recognized-on-new-mb-asus/ I've know idea why it did this and no doubt it might be a somewhat risky thing to do.

Well that didn't sound right to me but thought I'd give it a try. Hdd Not Detected In Bios Fix For simplicity, stick with the Master and Slave setup. The incompatibility appears to be with Maxtor SATA drives that are installed on the ICH5R SATA ports. Unfortunately in bios and in reboot it tells me drive is not recognized.

Asus Motherboard Not Detecting Sata Hard Drive

S-ATA? https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/mixing-sata-and-ide-drives-in-a-system-115142/ I see on the motherboard there are 2 sata plug in's. Sata Hard Drive Not Detected In Bios Or Setup Related Resources Sabertooth X58 not detecting sata drives in bios BIOS not detecting SATA drives? Asus Sata Configuration Therefore most people can run 6 devices note that each sata connector MUST NOT be shared you may only connect 0 - 2 sata devices and 0 - 4 IDE devices.If

The MoBo controller figures hugely in the real world stats. navigate here by rmazzeo / July 25, 2005 11:03 AM PDT In reply to: I have a problem with mine Hey Laurie,Yours is the first post I've come across that describes (almost) the Worked out very well!. you can then choose which hd you want to install the os to 06-26-2005, 08:54 PM #15 mjckjc Registered Member Join Date: Jun 2005 Posts: 1 OS: XP How To Enable Sata Controller In Bios

Thanks -- Roger 0 Back to top MultiQuote Reply #8 daniewicz the dude abides Group: Members Posts: 1,897 Joined: 01-August 04 Posted 18 February 2012 - 03:21 PM QuoteThe drive Sorry to insult the intelligence of the guys that use this, but I thought I'd make it as simple as I would have wanted to read it in this situation-written for I think my HDD knows me. Check This Out Did you ever find out what your possible problems could be?

It just causes a long hard drive detection phase at POST and is then not detected at all. Hard Disk Not Detected In Bios How To Recover Data Thanks. 06-22-2005, 06:59 AM #12 koffie Registered Member Join Date: Jun 2005 Posts: 5 OS: XP SP2 Dear Phlegethon, Can't help you out, i'm afraid, but I can when i connect it with my PC, my bios showing only "harddisk" but not showing its ID..

I bought 2 internal Maxtor Thread Tools Search this Thread 05-23-2005, 03:46 AM #1 phlegethon Registered Member Join Date: May 2005 Posts: 7 OS: WinXP SP2 Hi everyone,

Thanks. This isn't theory if that's what you were saying. it's saying that if it's in enhanced - S-ATA mode it put the S-ATA and P-ATA in native mode. How To Get Bios To Recognize Hard Drive But it does show up in any other computer.

Sata's don't need jumpers in order to work right. Is there a hard disk pre-delay option in the BIOS? please help! this contact form Join Date: Jul 2004 Location: LGA, NYC Posts: 2,430 OS: XP-Pro Sp2 & XP-Pro Sp2 Tablet Edition, Vista Ultimate, Win 7 My System Sounds like the IAAR and/or INF needs to

After removing it from the list, restart your computer. I have kept this hard drive as slave in another pc and its also not showing. It does not indicate that there is any option to Enable or Disable drives, so we'll assume they are all Enabled. Even the ones you don't think you touched. #2 If it is on the list, uninstall it from the Device Manager and then restart your computer to find out if the

In the BIOS, the system is recognizing the other HDD's connected to SATA 1 and 2 without a problem.SATA 1 has my old image on it (also XP), and when I If you have a SATA drive, you do not need to worry about jumpers. Im now running a MAXTOR DiamondMAX 10 IDE drive now and it works fine! Ask !

I had 4 devices working through 2 EIDE ports including my WD hard drive and then a Seagate HD through primary on SATA. Sometimes that fixes weird problems like this. also i've updated the bios drivers and according to other forums should have stopped the Sata troubles.>ive tried setting the IDE to primary slave and cable select but none have changed When I boot up the computer, it loads Windows from Drive nÂș2 : and both of the HDDs are detected on "my computer" ( both of the HDDs work perfectly )

Usually this results in a short freeze after which everything works fine again. Instead, run file recovery software to attempt to recover the data first. im certain it was near the clearcmos pins and the sata data plugs That is an indication it is bad!!!!!!They are not supposed to smoke! The setting was under advanced > onboard peripherals - I missed that option when checking the BIOS.

if i check the BIOS as recommended on this post, i cant select SCSI as a higher priority than the HDD, there isnt a choice? Hope this helps. I can see it under device managment but only as a disk drive without any name.