If it doesn't, it means that your SATA driver isn't installed. They are also not shown as disk in the device manager but with the old RAID names. Mark June 13, 2013 10:37 am Reply # Please help me guys. at least that is how i solved my problem.... his comment is here
Or for that matter, you can buy a new floppy drive and floppy data cable cheaply, probably for under $20. Jim December 27, 2012 6:26 am Reply # Greetings, Having an issue closely related to this post - On a windows vista machine (HP TouchSmart) the C: is showing up in Report NicoQB- Feb 1, 2009 at 07:43 AM Had the same prob. Someone else already did that.
My BIOS Thread Tools Search this Thread 09-01-2010, 02:24 PM #1 Rabnix Registered Member Join Date: Aug 2010 Location: Palm Springs, CA Posts: 82 OS: Windows XP Professional What is another step I could take to possibly use my hard drive? When this is done you should be able to put IDE back set as the boot if so desired. Report freaky_devil- Jan 25, 2009 at 07:22 AM I had a 500 GB WD hard drive, my previous external box was malfunstioned, I put it in a new one.
Ajay Patro February 22, 2015 3:17 am Reply # Hi In my internal Seagate 1TB Hard disk folders and files are showing, but not displaying when I open the files. I imagine that you'll want to use the entire space as one partition. The two hard drives both remain functional when installed as Drive (C:) Eric Smith November 17, 2015 4:59 pm Reply # I have a bad portable drive I see it in Hard Drive Not Showing Up Windows 10 you have to configure the sata options of the mobo ...
See in Thread ↓#1 DanJ May 14, 2012 at 12:46:54 You'll need to "slipstream" the driver into your XP install disc. Hard Drive Not Showing Up In Disk Management http://support.wdc.com/product/download.asp?groupid=602〈=en Hope this helps some. BIOS and device manager may recognize the new hard disk drive that is installed, but Windows Explorer fails to detect its presence. Bios sees it!
I read online solution and tried for that problem and it was solved. External Hard Disk Not Detected In Windows Xp This will open up an area that will allow you to see all the mass storage devices connected to your computer. Helpful +5 Report shawn Oct 24, 2008 at 12:12 AM thanks you! Jun 30, 2005 #16 IronDuke TS Rookie Posts: 856 I see that.
This is your hard drive failing. Off-Topic Tags How-tos Drivers Ask a Question Computing.NetForumsWindows XPSoftware Problems Solved BIOS does not detect SATA HDD Tags:windows xpProcesshardwareHitachiComputer ridgeland May 14, 2012 at 11:33:32 Specs: Windows XP My friends have Hard Drive Not Showing Up In Bios Thank you in advance. Windows Xp Not Recognizing External Hard Drive This nepohyte needs the forum's assistance. 10 answers Last reply Mar 25, 2010 More about windows sata hard drive bios does o1dieAug 25, 2007, 7:11 AM You can install the sata
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It won't boot windows, and windows acts like theres no drive there at all. Xp Doesn't Recognize Hard Drive I then thought get a new drive....does the same thing to a brand new known good drive. Under the Surface Scanner, it shows up as [USB Unknown 0.00 GB].
The BIOS handles it through the ICH5R Southbridge interface. MSI K7 motherboard, Nvidia 6800 video card w/256 meg ram, 2 gigs of 400 mhz ram, a 4 gig eide WD hard drive and an 8 gig eide WD hard drive 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 Internal Hard Disk Not Detected Jun 29, 2005 #12 IronDuke TS Rookie Posts: 856 How about taking the PATA out and seeing if the SATA is recognised.
It's literally blank. SSL/TLS for this website satrow - 5,000 Posts Windows time completely out of... Another problem when using SATA drives along with IDE drives for some unknown reason they do give partition conflicts. http://comvurgent.com/hard-drive/hard-drive-showing-wrong-capacity.html Josh Mills January 15, 2013 6:44 am Reply # Hi, I've got a PC running Windows 8.
Posts: 4,274 Dreamworker said: The drive has already been formatted to NTFS. TV. 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 If you have a software CD that came with the drive - use it to partition and format.
Jul 1, 2005 #19 Dreamworker TS Rookie Topic Starter IronDuke said: Did you load the SATA drivers even though Windows was on PATA?Click to expand... they will erase the data on it while thinking they are fixing it. This document, titled "Second Sata Hard Drive Not Recognized by Windows XP," is available under the Creative Commons license. My hard disk was infected with a virus and all my images were showing a size of "4kb" Later after a week it crashed so i had to replace it with
The drive makes half-hearted whirring noises when you plug it in, then stops. This wasnt too big a deal because drive F was a backup of drive G. your advise rally helping many.best of luck for your future Report pete_thorn- Mar 25, 2009 at 04:19 AM Hi, sorry for bothering you but I have a similar but slightly different Search Sign Up Log In Home Forum How To Download News Encyclopedia High-Tech Health Sign Up Language English Español Deutsch Français Italiano Português Nederlands Polski हिंदी Bahasa Indonesia Log In Subscribe
Already have an account? I purchased a Toshiba 1TB USB 3.0 hard drive today. I bought a WD 80 gig SATA hd to increase my storage capacity, since the MB supports SATA. But have not seen a reply.
It did not boot up in my Win 7 32-bit machine and it did not show up in My Computer. In that case, when you have a SATA II drive, max 3.0 gbits/sec, sometimes you need to install a jumper on the back of the drive in order for the drive