Question about Mach Speed X-Caliber PT800DBP Motherboard
First you should check whether the drive is recognized in BIOS or not. If it is not recognized then you need to make sure it is working or not; check the cables attached etc.
If it is recognized then for some reason Vista cannot 'see' it. In this case go inside the BIOS and change the harddisk controller setting to Legacy Mode. You will find the instructions in the motherboard manual.
I am assuming that you are using a SATA harddisk. If you still have this issue after making required changes in the BIOS then please provide the exact model of the motherboard and your harddisk configuration.
Posted on May 02, 2010
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