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New asus mb doesn't detect hdd, sata or idle thay don't show in bios, set bios correctly still no go. cd/dvd detected and works fine on idle master

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You checked with the another sata cable.
if checked and not working then your mb's sata port are not working.

Posted on Oct 12, 2013

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  • Ralph  Howell
    Ralph Howell Oct 12, 2013

    here is "food for thought" switched up, put a sata dvd/cd in connected to sata #1it was detected an works fine. Ichanged the connector

  • Sandeep Kumar Oct 12, 2013

    You have four/Two SATA Port on the motherboard.

  • Ralph  Howell
    Ralph Howell Oct 12, 2013

    cable to hdd ribbon idle, no go on that idle master tryed 2 other hdd's still no go.

  • Sandeep Kumar Oct 12, 2013

    then hdd have some issue.

  • Ralph  Howell
    Ralph Howell Oct 16, 2013

    solved detectshdd's an runs fine

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