It worked. Perhaps you could install the drive inside an external enclosure and test it from there. hmmmmm ? You think a new powersuply might solve this? navigate here
Ask ! it detects mass storage devices /// like my cool disk ... Anyway, I'm hoping that I have found out what the problem is. Last edited by andrew_k; 20-12-2011 at 09:06 PM. 20-12-2011,09:04 PM #2 wainuitech View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Computer Technician Join Date Aug 2007 Location Wellington Posts 24,120 Re: https://forums.tweaktown.com/asrock/53899-boot-hangs-auto-detecting-sata1.html
The PC has a brand new Biostar TF560 A2+ motherboard, an AMD x2 4400+, 1gb DDR2 ram, and three Western digital SATA 2 hard drives - 250gb, 320gb and 500gb (I Related Resources solved no sata detection in bios.tried everthing, DESPERATE, PLEASE HELP solved Sata HDD causes motherboard start up (Bios splash screen) hangs solved Ultrabook hangs at BIOS when SSD is Mar 23, 2009 at 12:35 PM #16 Beny-Nvidia Guest i think my SATA Sockets are fine ...
But one of the drives shut itself off again this evening, crashing the machine, so I took the opportunity to look inside for loose cables. Mar 24, 2009 at 10:01 AM #23 Beny-Nvidia Guest i think the problem is with I/O ...is this so tough to repair ?! i tested them on my second system ... Ask a new question Read More BIOS Computers Storage Hard Drives Splash Screen Related Resources HP computer freezes at BIOS splash screen Motherboard Splash Screen BIOS freeze PC freeze on BIOS
i would send it to garranty .. Cmos Reset Help guys! The drives aren't being run in any RAID configuration. imp source asus ...
an expret came an saw my mobo ... To perform a BIOS update you will need a keyboard to work. Dewoh #8 08-03-2009, 03:57 PM Shot From Guns Guest Join Date: Jun 2004 Quote: Originally Posted by Uosdwis R. MousemonkeyFeb 2, 2012, 6:36 AM This topic has been closed by Mousemonkey Ask a new question Read More Hard Drives Detection SATA Computer BIOS Storage Related Resources solved Bios hangs at
Then try another SATA port on the motherboard. http://forums.hexus.net/pc-hardware-components/176700-problem-hard-drives-not-detected-bios-boot-freezes.html Keep in mind that this will get your BIOS settings back to factory default. Hard Drive Freezes Bios I reconnected it and I'm locked out again. How To Reset Bios Add space before uppercase letter Didn't apply for credit card but got an application denied letter?
The time now is 04:18 PM. check over here so stuck ... Make sure that the computer isn't trying to boot from this other HDD. Mar 23, 2009 at 11:34 AM #15 Beny-Nvidia Guest i tested my primary hdd on my second system and its working ...
Open to any ideeas. Ubuntu would have smartmontools, for example. Current BIOS version is 0604. his comment is here Mar 22, 2009 at 9:25 PM #14 Beny-Nvidia Guest i think another PS2 kb will work ...
I say RMA it. i found that i have updated my old bios to a BETA Version and i think it cuases this problem ... I Tried Using All My Power Cable.
I left my PC running for a while and when I came back to it, it crashed when I tried to get to 'programs' in the start menu - unresponsive to One thing positive about Windows 10 is that there is never a dull moment anymore on ye olde computer Its like a box of chocolates, you don't know what you are I have a WD2500KS drive that regularly reports itself as running at something like 50C, but I looked online and it would seem that it's a common problem for this drive I tried one last setup wich was IDE1 Master HDD IDE2 Slave DVDRom ( i unplugged my other 2 hdd's ) Worked like a charm, so i went on installing winxp
Is it likely that reinstalling windows would do any good, or is likely a hardware or BIOS issue? Quote: According to data recovery experts Seagate has diagnosed the problem and issued a new firmware to address it. Mar 24, 2009 at 6:45 PM #25 Beny-Nvidia Guest everything tested ... weblink Does it get warm?
keyboard works fine .. i tested that on my second system that im postim from ... If I Unplug Floppy It Happens Again " Remember That I Get Error When I Just Unplug The Sata Hard Drives ... Today when I started the computer I noticed that XP does not show my internal 500GB hard drive.
PCWorld Home Forum Today's Posts FAQ Calendar Community Groups Albums Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders Who's Online What's New? Here are a couple of other methods you can use as well, in case you cannot find the CMOS battery. I then thought instead of only updating with a new MB ill update the whole thing ( Except for the tower, powersupply and HDD's ) since my old pc was about As long as there is nothing on the external you need to keep!
My Dvd Drive Is Detecting. heh) I've been taking the time to try and back up the stuff on the System partition first. Dewoh View Public Profile Find all posts by Uosdwis R. It's still under warranty so replacing it shouldn't be a problem.
I tried unplugging my two dvd drives in case the hard drives weren't getting enough power now that a third drive has been added. But the only thing i hear is the shutdown sound as i described earlier, and everytime it does that i MUST clear the BIOS before i can boot up again...and everytime BIOS "system" password hangs SATA BIOS BIOS Detecting New RAM, But Windows 10 Hangs While Booting Can't find your answer ? Dewoh Now when I try to start the PC it freezes before I can even get to BIOS.
I once had a power supply that made a barely audible, high-pitched whine whenever I simply plugged in the power cable. i bet the usb and or ps2 controller got damaged somehow. Turble View Public Profile Find all posts by Turble #10 08-04-2009, 12:17 PM Uosdwis R. Floppy ...
I thought this would fix this issue, however 10 minutes ago I came in to my office to discover the screen frozen and the task bar blacked out. It's going to be time consuming reinstalling all my programs and drivers back, especially since in a lot of cases I'm not sure if I can find the discs I need. I imagine its only a matter of time before it does crash again though. Also, if you experience problems with your floppy, disable it in the BIOS.