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SATA Disk Problem

Hi ive plugged in the powere and sata cable for a new sata disk. However the system doesnt recognise it, nor does the bios. So im assuming / hoping this is down to a jumper needing changing?

Any help and/or a manual would be greatly appreciated.

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  • Anonymous Dec 30, 2007

    Exact same problem. 600A01 m/b, has been working with a plain IDE drive. Added a SATA drive for additional storage. Not recognised by the BIOS. I've read the manual. I've fiddled around with all the relevant settings in the BIOS, and got nowhere.

  • Anonymous May 06, 2009

    I also have WD5000AAKS and I got second HDD almost dead
    I don't know why, but it looses hdd all the time (after couple months of work) and lots of bad blocks appear

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Is it a SATA II drive?

If so, you need to jumper the drive to "downgrade" to SATA I before the Via controller will recognise it.
WD5000AAKS needs to jump 5+6. I don't know about other drives, but I'm sure you can find it.

I hope I've made your day, just as this info did to me when I found it!

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In the bios you have the choice of the sata drive showing up as a raid driver or a ide, you have to change the drive to read as an ide then it will show up in your bios and you will be able to choose it as a primary drive.

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