So I'm not sure... @corkyg: I'm not sure. If you touch the side of the drive you should feel a slight vibration. Copasta, Feb 8, 2008 #10 Copasta Private First Class I GIVE UP! Same message. http://linux4newbie.com/hard-drive/how-to-connect-sata-hard-drive-to-motherboard.html
I've made sure i clicked them in like they are supposed too and i've tried on all 7 slots. But you're only using a single SATA drive aren't you? Serial ATA cables, in particular, can sometimes fall out of their connection. That will still leave us with multiple suspects: a defect on the motherboard itself, a problem with the BIOS (faulty update, wrong BIOS), or a defective SATA cable (can happen even http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/287399-30-build-recognize-sata-hard-drive-insane
I will have to return to this post when it comes time for me to put my PC together. And please confirm that you are using a keyboard that is plugged into the round PS/2 connector on the back of your computer, not a keyboard that is plugged into a Note: If you install in IDE mode and then want to switch to ACHI mode, you should follow these instructions. I especially appreciate the explanations of the "whats, what ifs, and whys" of a step.
Thanks for being patient with someone who is so obviously, what I like to call, computerally challenged!Click to expand... Did you check those "Third/Fourth IDE Master" sub-menus I mentioned to be sure those are enabled? Is it? Gigabyte H170 Gaming 3 It will not recognize a drive over 180Gb and you have to enter the driver for the SATA drive while doing the install of windows.
But for now, I'd turn them both on. When in doubt, open up your manual or ask on our forum. June 9, 2008 The Geek @chan You can update the BIOS at either time, and yes. https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/bios-and-windows-wont-recognize-hard-drive.2060454/ Too bad Asus doesn't explain the choices in the manual.
This is a new drive that I just received from newegg a few days ago. How To Update Bios Copasta, Feb 14, 2008 #35 Copasta Private First Class FYI....with the Promise Controller DISABLED in the BIOS ADVANCED menu screen (as described in the previous post), essentially eliminating the RAID setting BuildAPC Beginner's Guide Chat on our IRC channel Daily Simple Questions threads Please keep in mind that we are here to help you build a computer, not to build it for This procedure is usually called "resetting the CMOS." The CMOS chip is the chip that contains the BIOS data and BIOS programming that the system needs to begin booting up.
The Power Management screen will let you choose the power management options. http://forums.majorgeeks.com/index.php?threads/new-mobo-not-recognizing-sata-hard-drive.150892/ Hmmmm..... Gigabyte Motherboard Not Detecting Sata Hard Drive And just to the right of it are SATA connectors labeled "Sec(ondary)_SATA" and "Pri(mary)_SATA". Gigabyte Bios Hard Drive I went back the BIOS (gigabyte) and looked at the integrated peripherals menu and there's stuff entered into the slot where the drive is but it's not hard drives name and
Is there any other sort of error message or any other info anywhere on the screen that provides a clue about the problem at that point? navigate here Marvell -> Boot hold Ctrl + M ; keep hitting the 'M'.Yep, you're better off installing as IDE and later changing to AHCI 'IF' Windows doesn't see the drives. RhenderaJul 3, 2013, 5:48 PM Hey all. elvenson 4 Builds 1 point 28 months ago That code should be listed in your manual... Hard Drive Not Detected In Bios
Setting Up the BIOS Options Some people might be quick to point out that you can likely install an operating system with the BIOS defaults, but I think it's best to permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]ELOFTW[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(4 children)All of the "New ... Sections 1 and 2 pertain only to PC systems. After verifying that your ATA or SATA port is set to Auto-Detect or is enabled, if you find that your disk drive is not being detected (auto-detected) Check This Out If still no luck, power down, try plugging the hard drive into one of the other SATA controller's connectors.
Maybe it's a bad HDD? #2 cbaze19, Mar 20, 2010 Harvey Administrator
Elite Member Administrator Joined: Oct 9, 1999 Messages: 35,046 Likes Received: 20 Two questions; 1. Click on convert to MBR Disk and that should solve your problems. Then, once the installer prompts you, you would insert the floppy disk that you copied the SATA drivers to.
So read your motherboard CMOS reset instructions and look at your motherboard diagram and use it to identify the location of the CMOS battery and of the CMOS jumper. I DID have an SATA DVD-ROM drive connected in one of the other SATA ports! Copasta, Feb 6, 2008 #1 Eezak Staff Sergeant Was the other drive you tried with this new build also a SATA drive? The SATA BOOT (sorry, wasn't exactly named that) is under the ADVANCED menu, Onboard Devices Configuration menu, and is listed as OnChip SATA BOOT ROM....choices are enable, disable.
UDMA cables have color coded connections which require proper orientation when connecting. Copasta, Feb 12, 2008 #24 Eezak Staff Sergeant Let's backup a bit. jaquithFeb 26, 2011, 8:34 PM Try Data Lifeguard Diagnostic http://support.wdc.com/product/download.asp?groupid=613&sid=30&lang=enFailure Flash BIOS FF ; Use Q-Flash with FAT32 Flash DriveGA-X58A-UD3R (rev. 2.0) http://www.gigabyte.us/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3449#dlQ-Flash videos:part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCCId1Mcrw4part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qlx5GBkiaM0part 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EX78S4qyHu0Failure MOBO http://linux4newbie.com/hard-drive/sata-hard-drive-switch.html The New drive, did not work in another computer.
What other settings/options, if any, were there for those Third and Fourth IDE Masters (which I'm convinced refer to your SATA controllers on the mobo)? Not sure what I need to do exactly... Thank you so much! You have to be sure any devices you wish to boot from are properly connected/detected and then you can designate the boot order in that "master" list.
Skill RAM Intel Duo Core processor I'm not sure what is going on here. Make sure you read the manual for that particular motherboard.