Although my drive did not appear in the listed drives in the "Disk Management", there was an area within this that did recognize that I had another drive, and indicated that HE GOT A NEW DRIVE AND CANT ACCES THE OLD ONE THAT HAS HIS STUFF ON IT.... If I press Del (to enter setup) the screen goes black and monitor switches off. re-programmed SATA drive to 1.5 speed , the BIOS recognises the drive. have a peek here
I assume it's a Hitachi, because you used Hitachi software. If it did, our problems would be over. HDD The Guardian Series: Highly Specialized Internal Drives Rescue We Can Recover Your Files, Just in Case. Report stew- Nov 19, 2008 at 07:03 PM i actually have the same issue. get redirected here
fuzzyk.kJanuary 30th, 2009, 11:20 AMi I agree with blazemore but "flashing" or updating your bios may be risky. If you do not do format, this won't solve the problem, so this is not a solution. When I connect up a second sata hard drive to my motherboard the computer freezes and I cannot get into the bios.
lol Reply Dave Nesbitt says: January 9, 2017 at 12:07 am Eduardo, how were you able to assign a letter to a Hard drive that windows doesn't even see? Either buy an external IDE hard drive case ($25-75), or simply open up your case, set the drives jumpers to slave or cable select, disconnect your cdrom drive, connect those cables Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Internal Hard Disk Not Detected In Bios If there's two SATA ports next to each other, these might be the best bet, or they have lables printed next to them that could be more descriptive.
So, we're going to change the drive letter and hopefully, the hard disk will show up again. Second Hard Drive Not Showing Up In Disk Management Adding two PCI PATA adaptors, jumps this to 16 PATA drives. I didn't think that you had the issue with Master/Slave with Sata disks ? http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/270832-32-sata-hard-drive-detected-bios-setup I don't want RAID.
In the final analysis, you may need a SATA adapter card. Not Recognizing External Hard Drive Does anyone have the solution? As an aside... Unfortunately I do not have another computer without a "buggy" chipset.
Don't show these FacebookTwitterEmailPrintGmailFavoritesMore... (294)Powered byAddThis The BIOS does not detect or recognize the ATA / SATA hard driveThere are six main reasons why a system BIOS will not detect the presence of an http://windowsreport.com/second-hard-drive-not-detected-windows-10/ How do I get windows to access the drive???? Secondary Hard Drive Not Detected Windows 10 I went back to Disk Management. Second Hard Drive Not Detected In Bios There, the computer tells me that I have not enough disks for a raid config, but it does list the drive as Sata and tells me its size etc.
This should at least get you started. http://techvividglobalservices.com/hard-drive/sata-hard-drive-not-detected-in-bios-or-setup.html The first from the Wiki........ I know this is not a Ubuntu problem specifically but I wonder if anyone can help. If the hard drive is getting no +12v power, it won't spin, and the bios cannot detect it. - The bios must be set so that all drive connections are set Second Hard Disk Not Detected Windows 7
Anyway, I don't really want RAID. If your drive is not detected it may be because it is turned OFF in System Setup. Does the computer boot into BIOS with JUST the problem drive attached?? Check This Out If I go into the RAID option and start to create a RAID array, it tells me that all data will be lost on the disks.
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 Second Hard Drive Not Showing Windows 10 After your sure that you have all your files, shut down, remove the old drive and hook your dvdrom drive back up, boot as normal and you're good. Dunno, but some older mobo's used this frankenstien's monster.
I have done a bit of hunting on the net and it seems that you may have to remove jumpers. BigmonJanuary 30th, 2009, 12:08 PMBoot up into BIOS without the second drive connected. Click “Start Scan” to find Windows issues that could be causing PC problems. How To Get Windows To Recognize Ssd Installed a second drive as a slave Bios saw it but my computer did not I tried what you said and with a few mods it worked All I can say
When you install older versions of Windows on a drive that will be the boot drive (ie, the C: drive), when it comes time to install Windows, the drive may not so I gave up. The one that works OK is Sata I - half that speed. this contact form HDD The leading standard in enterprise capacity and performance SSD Flash-based storage for instant access to data Systems Building the highest performing and scalable data storage infrastructure possible ⎙Print ✉Mail Share
View all 17 comments Report Same problem- Nov 11, 2008 at 12:36 AM Some people will say you are wrong but that is not the case. I put an old 80 gig drive in a computer with xp service pack 1 on a 100 gig drive that has been in service for 6 years. If you do, use that IDE and power cable and jumper setting. I want the HDD as extra storage.
Any help and advice will be greatly appreciated. That way, Primary boot will be your sata drive your old hard drive will take your dvdrom's drive letter (D) Ask a question Member requests are more likely to be responded Some power supplys have more than one +12 v output section. Gotta go work, be back tomorrow.
Installing XP and SATA drive controllers, SATA drives; the SATA drive controller bios settings.See response 2:http://www.computing.net/answers/ha............Compaq Presario SR5050NX Desktop PC(home support page) http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/...Compaq Presario SR5050NX Desktop PC Product Specificationshttp://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/...Hard drive•Size: 250 the two hard drives are in IDE mode in the BIOS. The problem is I cannnot get into bios with the two connected to adjust the boot process (if this is the problem). An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request.
blazemoreJanuary 30th, 2009, 11:34 AMIf you can, do it from a floppy, not from within Windows. 73ckn797January 30th, 2009, 11:41 AMHi ! right click on your installed drive and put it online first. Doesn't appear anywhere though when computer booted.