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Configuring A Second SATA Drive. Not Seen By Bios


Have you checked/replaced the cable? The PSU green light also indicated all OK (red light supposedly on if faulty). Report • #6 Tubesandwires May 15, 2012 at 12:05:29 Thanks for the Many thanksWe're glad to hear you solved your problem. Mine have no obvious movement or sound. my review here

Is that easy to tell -noise etc? John_vankirk, I checked by your way. I was also able to run the Dell Diagnostics on it. During the installation process, you will be given the option to create partitions.

Hard Drive Not Showing Up In Bios

plain SATA mode rather than in IDE mode, and as far as I have seen in the manual, you don't need to install SATA controller drivers for that either. But if it is not spinning up (is it) then it could be dead. You need to upgrade your version of FDISK if you are using the diskettes or CD that came with your original Windows 95 or 98 operating system. the program Recovers random areas of the Disk (Garbage) and names the (fake recovered) files after the files that you lost...

Installing a SATA Hard Drive on Windows 2000: Single Install: For proper installation of a drive using Windows 2000, simply allow the operating system to partition and format the drive during help me.. Now that I have it as a secondary it no longer shows up in the BIOS. How To Repair Hard Disk Not Detected mine hard disk is 250GB...

Recover We can Recover your Files, Just in Case. Hard Disk Not Detected In Bios Helpful +5 Report Eric Jan 25, 2009 at 11:26 AM Awesome advice very straight to the point. Serial ATA cables, in particular, can sometimes fall out of their connection. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-32218-2nd-sata-hard-drive-not-shown-on-my-computer Please select an Operating System below to jump to it's installation instructions: Windows 7 Windows Vista Windows XP Windows 2000 Installing a SATA Hard Drive on Windows 2000 Installing an EIDE

With that said, a new hard drive will set you back almost $200 these days. Hard Disk Not Showing John_VanKirkJul 12, 2011, 9:09 PM Hi Penchal,There are a couple more things to do, to determine where the problem is. Once your drive has been partitioned and format verify it appears under My Computer. That's due to Microsoft not wanting you to be able to load Windows 2000 and up from a removable drive.

Hard Disk Not Detected In Bios

One of the answers solved my problem of installing a second SATA HDD and it not showing as a lettered drive. https://www.pctechbytes.com/hardware/hard-drive-does-not-show-up-in-bios/ Maybe someone else will have an idea that can help. Hard Drive Not Showing Up In Bios Report • #5 ridgeland May 15, 2012 at 06:49:59 Many thanks to "Tubesandwires" and all others who responded with helpful advice. External Hard Drive Not Detected July 12, 2012 Shyam Hi Mahesh, Did you get any solution to your problem?

Anyone can get the Deleted file list... this page where do I go from here; I was thinking trying a new hdd (price is about $70) and then install the recovery disks if the HDD works OK. its urgent.... Or if it's an IDE drive a=have you tried hooking it up to the secondary IDE controller? Internal Hard Disk Not Detected

Don't forget to set the second drive online with Setup. This might be a motherboard problem, but it might also be a power supply problem. Note: If you are formatting using the FAT32 file system, partitions cannot be larger than 32GB. http://windowsrefund.org/not-detected/can-t-see-sata-hdd-in-bios.php Usually this results in a short freeze after which everything works fine again.

AHCI mode, then the files initially loaded from the Windows 7 DVD cannot recognize SATA drives because there are no SATA controller drivers for your mboard built into the DVD. Bios Not Detecting Hdd It takes less than a minute and is completely free! Any tips?

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In that case, there is no way to efficiently retrieve the data.You might also try on your present computer to reset the BIOS (instructions in your manual). I put my laptop hard drive Seagate ST950042 0AS 500 gb (it stopped working) into external enclouser and plug into my other laptop throughr USB. DT October 20, 2012 Dave Please post in our forums as this might take a while to troubleshoot http://www.pctechbytes.net October 21, 2012 Aran Hi Dave, please help. Internal Hard Drive Not Detected They are available locally.

I've tried many different jumper settings, but nothing would work. SATA II spec. - the two grey SATA headers are for the separate Marvel SATA drive controller - it has the SATA 3 a.k.a SATA III spec. But the worst part - I still have no new completed computer. . useful reference Thank you very much.

I'm not really a hardware person, so it is quite possible I'm missing something very obvious!

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