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7vt600p-rz not detect hdd sata 3

Hi, I try to set new HDD SATA3 on my motherboard, but it doesn't detect. Before month I try with SATA 2 hard and motherboard detected. What can I do to solve this problem. Motherboard sais: Serias port - Not Detected of BIOS load

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SOURCE: sata hdd detected but problem with booting&installation

When using a single SATA drive you need to set the Serial ATA Controller to [Enable] & set the M1573 RAID Function to [Disable] Page 2-24 in the manual.

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3GB Sata driver? i dident know there existed so smal drivers
Anyway, if your bios dosent detect the driver u probably need to update the bios drivers.
Go to MSI site:
http://global.msi.com.tw/index.php?func=proddesc&maincat_no=1&cat2_no=&cat3_no=&prod_no=158

Instal LIVE UPDATE and let msi check you computer for laterst drivers u need to instal

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Hi vijjis,
Make sure your SATA drive is connected to SATA port 1 which is the bottom port. Double check both the data cable & power cable. The data cable only connects one way at the board & at the drive. Same for the power cable. Your SATA drive must be listed in the bios menu & you must list the SATA drive with-in the boot order. If your cabling is all correct & you still do not see the SATA drive in the bios menu than the onboard SATA controller is defective. This can not be repaired because it is integrated into the board. It will not hurt to clear the cmos. See page 15 in your manual. Your board can only run SATA 1.0 = 150MBs. If your Seagate is pinned for SATA II = 300MBs, change the jumper on the drive. (This may or may not work). See if the bios list the drive.
One other option, you can buy a PCI SATA controller.
Here are a few; http://www.google.com/products?q=Promise+pci+sata+I+controller&btnG=Search+Products&hl=en&show=dd

Link to Mercury P4VM800M7; http://www.mercury-pc.com/product-detail.php?link=p-mainboards&subtitle=Mainboard&productid=644#

Good luck vijis!
Thank you for using fixya.
Mike

Posted on Dec 11, 2008

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SOURCE: M2N-MX SE PLUS SATA PROBLEM

Do your have windows installed on a ide drive?, cos if this is the case you have to install the sata hdd drivers.

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Yes, go into the bios and make sure that SATA is turned on. Sometimes with motherboards that have two ide controllers the SATA is turned off by default. Also another thing to check is whether the motherboard is SATA I or SATA II. If it is SATA I then change the jumper on the hard drive to peg back to SATA I. Your new hard drive is SATA II and the motherboard may not support it.

Posted on Jun 10, 2009

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