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HDD not Detecting only Some region, if you HDD data cable damage, HDD power Cable damage, HDD port damage, or HDD bad sector. But normally you change HDD data or power cable or mother board port. And i suggest mother board all connection disconnect and only HDD connect and open bios and search your HDD detected.
the best way to find out the connection order is in the bios. sadly i dont have your exact mother board on hand to look at the bios and tell you exactly where in the bios it is. i do not know how to map usb slots from my own experience maybe someone else knows a sure fire way. you can get an idea from device manager and plugging in usb devices into slots one at a time and make your own map based on which slots are changed in device manager.
ur mother bios should support 1TB HDD, only then it ll get detected... u can update the bios of your motherboard with latest bios that is available for ur board in ASus support site...if you update the bios your hdd may get detected...
the best recovery program takes a long time, if any of the program takes shorter time then there is a chance of not getting all the data back. u can try get a ups so that if there is a power failure it will help u.
Hello all. I have the same issue. My MB is 845G [P4 2.4 Ghz] and SATA harddisk I need to install is Seagate 250 GB Baracuda with 3.0Gb/s interface, I belive which makes this HD as SATA II. So for this motherboard should I prefer PCI cards which support SATA II over the supports SATA I [these are cheaper].