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Reply With Quote 10-30-07,11:57 AM #6 thideras View Profile View Forum Posts Destroyer of Empires and User Accounts, El HuginatorPremium Member #3 Join Date May 2006 Location South Dakota I MBoard end usually blue, center connector gray, end connector black. NOTE: If the above mentioned methods fail to resolve the issue, contact the system or motherboard manufacturer to either clear the CMOS or update the BIOS for your motherboard. Software ▼ Security and Virus Office Software PC Gaming See More... his comment is here

Reply With Quote 10-30-07,11:19 AM #3 Cannon Fodder View Profile View Forum Posts Registered Join Date Nov 2005 Location Minnesota If the bios doesn't see it, then what would it You didn't answer my question. Bios can also be updated/ flashed under PURE DOS mode. that guide is a little confusing. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/278100-32-bios-detect-hard-drive

Bios Cannot Detect Hard Drive

The computer might be booting too quickly for that old drive to spin up properly to be detected. How to watch Blizzcon 2016 live stream: Watch 'Heroes of the Storm', 'World of Warcraft' and 'Heartd… 1995-2015: How technology has changed the world in 20 years What you need to The boot device order list is typically generic and does not refer to a specific device, but rather how a device gets used if it is detected.

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I have also checked the properties of the IDE drive by right clicking and checking the properties. These features are located in either the "BIOS Features" or "Advanced Settings" menu. - Save the BIOS changes and restart the PC to a System Boot Diskette. Edit. Read more.

I feel like I wasted my money. Hard Disk Not Detected In Bios How To Recover Data Report • #3 OtheHill January 11, 2010 at 12:09:05 So you were in the BIOS options. I'm trying to put the new WD HD in the Computer and install Windows XP. find more I'm so disgusted.

I have tried..unplugging everything else first (pci, cd/dvd, fans) so its just the one drive, then 2 hard drives.. I switched the HDDs with no change in error message. That is why I did data recovery, put it back in the computer and it gave me the same problem. SkillTrain 67,915 views 17:06 IDE Master H.D.D Detected Press F1 to Resume! - Duration: 1:25.

Hard Disk Not Detected In Bios How To Recover Data

Being a member gives you detailed monitoring of your requests. http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php/533321-Won-t-detect-IDE-hard-drive Servers are none of these things." -Bobnova Current projects: Rackmount Overkill (New) | Little Overkill (New) | Desktop Overkill (New) Articles: Rack Mounting 101 | Dell Perc 5/i Throughput Benchmarks My Bios Cannot Detect Hard Drive The Real Jdbye, Mar 24, 2013 Top #7 431unknown likes this. Won Idr Then disk management under storage on left.

by the way, @OP: please do not do what I did! this content Add comment Helpful +0 Report kldfvbjfkv bgf Mar 27, 2010 07:52AM Swap the wire connected to the hard disk Add comment Reply to this topic Ask a question Members get more Newcomer iron_man99 Advanced Member Joined: Mar 19, 2010 Messages: 55 Country: Do you have the IDE plugged into its own ribbon or is it on a two connection cable. Any help? Reboot And Select Proper Boot Device

You can tell by the black thing near the connection points. paul July 9, 2012 at 6:18 pm Vipul's suggestion worked. MSI P67a-G43 i5-2500k @ 4ghz | Heatkiller 3.0 8GB Samsung DDR3 2100 Corsair Force 3 180GB SSD XFX 290 Unlocked | EK Waterblock + Backplate Corsair HX850W - Corsair 650D Black weblink If so you have to check that all supports line up correctly.

I did have a USB 2.0 to IDE Cable Adapter but it didn't last that long with all the times I used it, they are very cheap and nasty and break Thanks iDunno, Jan 2, 2004 iDunno, Jan 2, 2004 #7 Jan 2, 2004 #8 Ice Czar Guest was about to leave to take my dogs for a walk but will Desktop: AsRock X99 WS | 5820k | 32 GB G.Skill | GTX 1080 | Intel 750 NVME 400GB & 1 TB Samsung Evo | Windows 3.1 | 6x 2560x1440 Monitors VM

This condition may continue even after the physical drive has been removed from the system.

im stuckIve spent some time looking for something else to try that might fix this problem i have.Simply, my motherboards ide 1 and 2 will NOT detect any hard drives i Charlie Charles 358,571 views 2:55 Install a Second IDE Hard Drive - Duration: 9:41. What are you trying to do with it? The theory is that you are not hot swapping the drive, but simply not powering it on.

Loading... It is a Dell Dimension 5150 running Windows 7. I plugged one IDE cable into the hard drive as master and then as CS and no work. check over here Up next How to fix s.m.a.r.t harddisk error - Duration: 5:15.

I just want to see my IDE datas and partitions as it was before. Report Ferdy- Jan 17, 2009 07:59PM Hi, Im having the same problem, I have a IDE harddrive (Hitachi) and a DVDDRIVE (Liteon), my MOBO supports only 1 IDE slot so I But this new motherboard won't detect the hard drive. Add comment Helpful +0 Report TJinSG Feb 26, 2009 01:50PM I had the same problem, the fix was in the bios settings.

I have a old 20 gig Western Digital hdd. Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk. And if on Cable select they should both be on it mh81 21:41 08 Sep 06 i removed it and mounted on newspaper then plugged it back in, 1 master Boot into the SATA windows drive as usual.

Loading... Terms of Use Privacy Policy Licensing Advertise International Editions: US / UK India make-use-of-logo logo-background menu search search-start close email bookmark facebook google twitter pinterest stumbleupon whatsapp amazon youtube youtube label-rectangle If that does not appear in the list I would try select CD-rom first, then stiffy etc. ESCD is designed to overcome these problems.

Bios won't detect it, and neither will XP pro. That is why I did data recovery"There was nothing wrong with doing the data recovery...that was a good move. Loading... If it can read the drive then your previous disk is already have some problem, if no, then your motherboard has some short circuit.

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