Hard drive NOT DETECTED! You can tape the milky plastic part over the flash if you're using a point and shoot (cut a spatula shape, apply the tape to the handle and use the "blade" Now they show in the BIOS however they don't show when im trying to install windows.... I know that XP does not take up that much room. his comment is here
I hope you're making some progress and are almost at home plate. So, unless additional drivers were offered during installation, you will have to reinstall Windows in order to enable AHCI or RAID Modes. BOOM!:wave Copasta, Feb 13, 2008 #31 Eezak Staff Sergeant Yes, flashing back to the 1005 was probably the best way to proceed. rolleyes) an 800 number for telephone support (I guess they have one of those on their website don't they?) But that takes patience also and the quality of telephone support from anchor
Hope this helps out somewhat....I feel like I'm losing momentum again....kind of discouraging, if you know what I mean. What about that "IDE Configuration" sub-menu? Right below that is the Onboard Promise Controller with the choices of enable / disable, but this one has a submenu called Operating Mode with two options...RAID, or Onboard IDE Operating The Best Test Installing Windows on your computer is the best test of how well everything is running, which is what we'll cover in the next article.
Eezak, Feb 13, 2008 #29 Copasta Private First Class Quickly....just found what we were looking for! Is it? Freezes at this point.... "Setup is loading files...(Kernal Debugging file....)" That is the same point as yesterday when I tried it. Gigabyte H170 Gaming 3 Why SATA channels/controllers would be labeled as IDE I have no idea, but they are in my Gigabyte BIOS in that one sub-menu.
HDD The Guardian Series: Highly Specialized Internal Drives Rescue We Can Recover Your Files, Just in Case. Motherboard Won't Detect Hard Drive If so, two possible (but fixable) problems occur to me. The most important thing to prevent problems is to not power the system off during the BIOS update. useful source Build: MB: Gigabyte GA-F2A88X-UP4 CPU: AMD A10-Series APU A10-7850K GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 750Ti Superclock PSU: Corsair CX600 HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1 TB SDD: Intel 120GB RAM: Crucial Ballistix Sport 8GB
seamonster23Feb 26, 2011, 2:51 AM Just checked and I have everything as IDE in my BIOS but it still won't detect the hard drive period. How To Update Bios So basically it doesn't see the hard drives... I tried hooking this new HDD up to the SATA bracket of my sister comp and it did not recognize it either... you can find somewhere in the BIOS to turn the brand name specific chips on/off -- that is, the VIA and the Promise SATA controllers -- but that may not be
Thanks again! http://forums.majorgeeks.com/index.php?threads/new-mobo-not-recognizing-sata-hard-drive.150892/ permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]ELOFTW[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children)Yes! Gigabyte Motherboard Not Detecting Sata Hard Drive Copasta, Feb 11, 2008 #23 Copasta Private First Class No luck so far.....I looked at this site that had some pretty interesting things with alot of people having my same problem, Gigabyte Bios Hard Drive Did the collection of drivers you burned to CD/DVD for this motherboard include any SATA controller drivers or software (excluding SATA RAID)?
ibbonkers, I'm not sure if the drive is SATA II or SATA I....I'll have to check on that, but I think that it is SATA I, because it is older than this content Any suggestions from here? I went into BIOS setup and it recognizes my DVD rom drive but not my hard drive... And only one DVD drive and that should be an IDE drive, plugged into an IDE controller with one of those older type flat broad gray ribbon cables. Hard Drive Not Detected In Bios
Update to the BIOS was the solution. CD's are good though, if you can use your own computer to download all the motherboard drivers and are able to burn them to a CD. If you do not hear or feel the hard drive spinning, the drive did not start. If you cannot determine whether the drive is spinning: Boot the computer and listen carefully.Shut weblink If you don't have the patience for that, you may, of course, try contacting ASUS support through (I was going to type "via" instead of "through" but didn't want to risk
When in doubt, open up your manual or ask on our forum. June 9, 2008 Blue Well done! Then if you want to implement a RAID setup you may need to install the RAID drivers first and then turn on and configure the RAID layout you want by adding
In addition to the BIOS, the CMOS chip also contains the hardware clock and calendar which Windows accesses to get the correct date and time once the OS begins running. plugged in my fiance's SSD (same as mine) and it isn't getting recognized either! I thought you guys would be a better bet, since several people could diagnose at the same time! I don't suppose you have another SATA hard drive you could try using with this motherboard to help narrow down whether it's 1) a problem with the motherboard hardware (or BIOS)
I think the best way to proceed now is to make sure you only have one SATA drive plugged in and no other hard drives, whether SATA or the older IDE Remember that a hard drive needs two cables: SATA and power. The settings you'll find in here will be different for each motherboard and BIOS version, so I'll try to be somewhat general in explaining the available options. http://w3concepts.net/hard-drive/bios-doesn-t-recognize-sata-drive-but-it-boots-from-it.php Building a New Computer - Part 1: Choosing Hardware Building a New Computer - Part 2: Putting it Together Building a New Computer - Part 3: Setting it Up Building a
On the other hand, for just a bit more you can probably find 1 or even 2 gigabyte flash drives. June 9, 2008 Lukychan I'm impressed!!!!