Question about ASUS P5LD2-VM Motherboard
I removed my SATA Disk (barracuda) from my PC and tried slaving it on another PC. It didn't pickup so when I reconnected it again to my PC it boots up but the BIOS don't detect it.
Try resetting your CMOS chip and restart. Wait for the PC to tell you that the setting have changed and press the corresponding key to enter the BIOS settings. Refer to your Motherboards manual as to how to navigate through the Bios settings and change the setting for your SATA connection to Automatic.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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