I have recently installed Windows 7 Ultimate on a separate HDD and was experiencing startup problems i.e. Disk Error messages. I saw a recommendation to change the order of the SATA cables so that the one I wanted to boot from was on SATA 1. since changing the cables I can now see none of my SATA drives. Changing back had no effect.
Seen many posts saying hte BIOS is probably corrupted but after resetting to defaults and every other permutation - still nothing. In advanced in the BIOS IDE Function claims all four SATA ports are enabled.
Unfortunately I don't have another mobo to test disks on, any ideas anyone?
Edited by elgar22, 27 February 2010 - 11:21 AM.