In there i can select hds to create an array however the new drive is not listed there when it is connected to the Sata 1 – 2. Tue Aug 25, I’m also willing to be persuaded not to fix the bios at all. Does the BIOS detect it? Sun Aug 23, 2: Jul 12, Posts:

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The drive is connected, but can’t be detected, and so I cannot install Windows on it. By not detecting it, you mean it doesn’t even show up in the BIOS, right?

Free tech support, motherboard ID, and more. I have win64 and both controllers are listed in device manager however there is a thrid device with a yellow mark next to it.

I’m also willing to be persuaded not to fix the bios at all. After the install, then reset the preferences as desired. Sat Aug 29, 1: I have all the drivers and know how to load them. You have the option to select which device is the first-boot option, and the second-boot option.


Your Username or Email Address: Jul 26, at 6: Mon Aug 24, 2: Your mobo handbook should detail the proceedure for setting the ports for storage drives. OTOH, I didn’t lose anything other than time. Nov zata, Posts: Tue Aug 25, Think the board ma have a fault. Dec 3, Posts: Jul 12, Posts: Try the one that is not add on the the MB. I mean when the pc boots i have a8 menu for the raid bios screen that you press tab to enter.

Hi guys got an Abit Ax8 and have had 2 sata HD for ages with no problems.

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Adrift in the Roaring Forties Registered: And I lived to post about it. Jan 3, Posts: Does the BIOS detect it?

Fri Aug 28, 5: And please don’t say “Vista”. Its a Via VT chip. It has 4 sata connectors on the mb labeled 1 – 4.

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You may need to enable the SATA ports, for recognition of the device. Flashed fine, but turns out the “new” bios is the same as the old, staa I didn’t gain anything. Yes, my password is: Sun Aug 23, 2: Yes, that’s what I mean. Okay, while Abit off-topic but we’ve got Psycodata on the horn, how and should one flash a bios without a floppy drive?