The sata cable\bus that connect the hard disk with the motherboard get loosen up some times.
that results in the disk boot failure.
if you once remove the sata cable from the harddisk and motherboard and then fix it tightly you can get
the system working properly again.
if the problem again persist then bye a new sata cable and fix it by replacing the older one,
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Yes, according to the manual the board has four SATA interfaces. SATA is backwards compatible, so the only risk is not to get the maximum speed. Be aware that if you are replacing a drive, the set up procedure might require initial drivers before setting up the OS. You will need also 1 piece of SATA cable, fout bolts for attaching the disk, and maybe a power adapter joint if the disk has just newer standard socket and your power supply does not have such jack. If you are installing the disk as a second drive for storage, the set up will be far more easy.
You need to sliptream SATA drivers into your setup disk.
Download from here
driverpacks mass storage
copy windows CD to hard drive then use "Nlite" to insert them into the drivers section
then burn to a new CD.
and reboot from it should have no problem then