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Mobo: ASUS K8V-X Does not detect Seagate SATA3 (ST3000DM001) in the BIOS. I have tried updating the latest Bios. Also tried setting the jumper. Tried enabling and disabling the SATA ROM Boot. Any help is much appreciated.
Restart and HOLD the keys CTRL or FN +f11 or f12 depend of your model, mark. and go to restore factory default and ready
However some mark can use the f2 or esc for ENTER the BIOS setup too.
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Posted on Jul 13, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
How you setting the jumper, pls refer to mobo manual book or HDD or your DVD/CD recorder. i gues your problem is in setting the jumper. thx
Posted on Feb 01, 2008
I would not update the BIOS unless you are experiencing any problems. Try installing the new hardware first and then if you do experience problems, think about upgrading the BIOS. The latest version is 1013 FYI.
The new hardware should be supported without a BIOS update, as long as you have Service Pack 2 in Windows XP or above then all your 750GB will be shown. As for the memory you should see it list the new size in the POST screen before Windows even loads, or inside Windows.
If you do have problems, then please post back and we can help.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
Try Hirens Boot CD. It has a lot of programs on it to detect format etc.
I think your hard drive has a missing or corrupt MBR and it needs to be replaced.
When I have had a hard dive not recognized I hve used Super Fdisk to format and reset hard drive.
On the boot disk
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
You have to enable AHCI in 7. Follow this:
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
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What file system did you use for partitioning? Also, what OS are you currently running?
My guess is that you did not partition this drive with a compatible file system.
Assuming I am correct, you'll have to use an operating system that is compatible, or else partition accordingly.
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
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