You can try changing cables and trying a different power connector, but if the drive worked and then no longer works, this likely means the drive has failed. Or scan the former hard drive for presence of virus or not. You hear loud clicking noises that seems to originate from your system’ s primary hard drive. It worked in the machine I just took it out of. How do you troubleshoot this problem? However, I don' t see this working if BIOS won' t recognize the HDD.Motherboard Won' t Recognize SATA Hard Drive. Windows 10 was registering it as a. Other benifits, faster defrag of the OS ( Windows) drive. Running Windows disk defragmentation on boot in Windows 10. I have another sata that should be E but the bios doesn' t see it. Bios doesn t recognize hard drive after defrag. Bios doesn' t show USB drive as in boot menu Hello, welcome to ASUS Republic of Gamers Official Forum. Please note you may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. The problem : Bios will not recognize the hard drive no matter what I have tried. I flashed the bios to newer versions and older versions and still did not work. I cloned the 300Gb drive to a TB drive and installed it on the PC' s onboard SATA connection.
This happened to me with the same drive under Windows 7 on a different computer and under 8. This problem occured while removing Vista SP1 Beta. I have this sometimes with a WD external drive. I had to clear my BIOS jumper and reset the settings, and now the SATA drivers seem to be gone. It has no oeprating system just ALL my personal files and stuff. My laptop is my life!
Is there some step I missed, or could it be a problem with the SSD? ) The drive somehow got disconnected or has a loose connection. What could be the problem if a computer can' t recognize a second hard drive after it' s.
) The drive is dead or dying. BIOS Detects HDD but windows does not boot by karelizaac. If a hard drive no longer shows up in BIOS settings, there are a few things that could have happened to it. Win7 doesn' t recognize hard drive Can' t get windows to recognize my D drive, just installed 7, it shows up in device manager as working properly. BIOS won' t recognize a hard drive.
The CD/ DVD is first, the HD is second and that other thing is last. Elsullo2 installed a new, second hard drive into a desktop PC. Older Hard Drive Does Not Show Up In BIOS. HDD not detected, not booting.
If you want the best write performance, you should check both options. Craig: This doesn' t sound like a BIOS problem whereas you' d have to update. I have a disk, but every time I go through the Windows XP install, even when I press F6 and install the drivers, it doesn' t recognize that SATA disk. But Windows doesn' t see it. It shows up in BIOS and I installed the Magician software it came with, but Windows doesn' t recognize it.
I plugged the HDD into another machine and it works fine. What I have tried: I replaced the hard drive and still didn' t recognize it. In addition, after placing the drive in a hard drive enclosure it will crash my other vista installation. Both Windows and the BIOS will not recognize the hard drive. So how do I get the information from My Documents since it is password protected. It is a 160 GB SSD. However, there seems to be something very wrong with my hard drive, since- - after trying three different. I had a hard drive failure and bought a new Segate SATA Internal Hard Drive. Hard drive disappeared from BIOS, BIOS won' t detect. Edit: Forgot to mention, I used gparted through a linux live usb to do partition editing, and forgot to explicitly state that only my BIOS has any trouble reading the hard drive Update: I borrowed a friend' s hard drive to test in the computer just to make absolutely sure it wasn' t the hard drive, and his hard drive booted. A speed tweak would be to move the Windows Swap file ( pagefile.
After that one was recognized I shut down and hooked up the third. - posted in Hardware, Components and Peripherals: I have just discovered that I have both " keyboard lag" and " video lag, " and- - when searching the web, I discovered that a thorough defragmentation of my hard drive would likely be of help. Doesn’ t show up if I tell Windows to detect new hardware. Sys) to the 2nd drive.
Any help greatelt appreciated! Then the drives should appear in the " normal BIOS" and the " RAID BIOS" probably doesn' t make an appearance when. Running a dual boot system until I get comfortable with 7. As you can see it works fine. When I booted the new rig I only had the SSD hooked up.
I have a 100GB hard drive that has worked fine for months. Smaller Windows drive for backing up. Page 1 of 3 - My hard drive won' t defragment! I got it running, shut down and hooked up the second drive. If I try to use the original XP CD or do a BIOS. My first hard drive on my computer has Windows on 50 GB( sda2) and the rest is for Windows 7( sda1).