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I've installed two new SATA drives. I double checked the connections. My BIOS just doesn't see the drives. The m/b is an ASROCK K7VT6
What am I missing?
You mean the CMOS jumper? Reread my problem. Try again.
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According to your problem first make sure that the hard drive is OK and working fine. You can attach with another PC to be sure that the drive is OK. If the hard drive is working properly then change the SATA cables (data and power). Check that you have connected all the cables properly with motherboard, SMPS and hard drive. Make sure that the hard drive is motherboard supported. If it doesn't solve your problem then change the bios settings. Make SATA enabled in bios. Check the SATA mode in bios. Proper bios settings can make your drive working if the drive is OK. For proper bios settings you can take help from motherboard manual.
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