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Problem detecting HDD


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jiggy420

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Ok,i just formatted my PC and now its not detecting my HDD..

i get this message in my SATA RAID BIOS...

The number of Disk is not adequate to create a raid

any ideas? :whistling:
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jiggy420

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i managed to install windows on another drive,but its still not detecting my SATA,in Bios i see Primary IDE not detected if that helps :whistling:
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You likely only need to install the SATA drivers for your motherboard. Check the manufacturer's website.
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ty very much that was the case
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