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SATA HDD MY bios won't detect a western digital 160GB HDD that i'm trying to install. What should i do?

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  • maverickcrui Apr 03, 2008

    I updated my bios to the latest version already and still itdoesn't detect. tried the drive on a few other boards and it comes up without a problem.

  • moremaxtram Nov 19, 2008

    Me too! The WD 160GB locks-up the bios. I couldn't find the bios upgrade w/out paying some $. I even tried jumpering to 1.5Gb/s data rate.

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You have to update your Bios./in your manual ,you can find on how to update your Bios.

Posted on Apr 02, 2008

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