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How do I install one SATA drive?

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I'm currently building a new system using an MSI Neo3-F mainboard. I was hoping to use only one SATA drive for the system rather than spending more for the RAID option. However, I have been unable to figure out how to do so. When I go to install Windows, even after loading the provided RAID/SATA drivers, it cannot detect any installed disks. I have checked to make sure everything is connected properly many times, and have tweaked my BIOS settings quite a bit. Any ideas?
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Hi and welcome to Geeks to Go. Here is a good link for information on SATA
Maybe this tutorial will help.
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