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Posted 25 January 2009 - 09:29 AM
I would check the connections first.
Is your BIOS setup to reflect a RAID? Is a RAID enabled in the BIOS? If so, disable it. If not that, then I would suspect some other BIOS setting is at work.
You have 2 SATA ports.
The SATA jumper is OK, that board only supports 1.5 speed, not 3.0.
Have you removed connections for both SATA devices...and then tried attaching/recognizing them one at a time?
If nothing else, I would attach the SATA hard drive first...see if that's properly detected...then add the SATA optical drive. Your SATA ports should be numbered on the motherboard...I would attach the hard drive to port 0, the optical to port 1.
Your not going to find it. Seagate is having BIG problems with all 7200-11 hard drives. It's all over the net for about 3 weeks now.
Edited by Jaruotsa, 25 January 2009 - 09:32 AM.
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