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Check first for any drivers missing, in the device manager.
The drives has to be formated before you can use it.
Be carefull not to format the wrong drive with your windows on !!!!.
Click start right click on computer choose manage and open disk handling. The drives ofcourse needs to be connected to the mainboard before you do this.
The harddrives there is not formated is black (unallocated).
This means windows can`t see the drive.
Right click and choose to format (all files on it will be erased)
Next you have to choose what drive letter, i think this will be the E and F drive.
Here is some youtube video that shows you how:
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You might need to change your bios settings from ide to sata. Have you already checked the bios settings? If everything is in order you might have a bad board. What have you tried so far?
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