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Connect the SATA Hard Drive to MSI VIA VT237R motherboard

I connect the New SATA Hard Drive to the motherboard, but it is not detected and didn't show the sata drive in the BIOS. I kindly request to send the MSI VIA VT237R motherboard manual for resolving problem.

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Go into the setupn and enable the sata settings if you are useing a ide cd drive youll have to enable both sata and pata drivs

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