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The bios is not installed

I have just connect my new MB ,after starting for the 1st time,it comes up and shows this message,"No drive attached to fast track controller,the Bios is not installed"
is the any idea about it?

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  • kukuyi Mar 02, 2009

    thanks for your solution it did not work

    by the way I didn't post any rating for you

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Go to BIOS, under Advanced > PCI Configuration. Disable Onboard ATA device if you're not using RAID. Also, make sure under Boot Menu that Other boot device do not show SCSI/Onboard ATA.

Hope that helps.

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    cool fixya Mar 02, 2009

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