Question about Intel Server Board SE7501BR2 Motherboard
This is usually a corrupt BIOS problem.
Linux determines the hard drive setup independently, but Windows relies on the BIOS.
Most of the time updating the BIOS solves this problem.
Posted on Jul 17, 2015
Press delete during boot up process enter BIOS then f1 for general help then run chkdsk/f which will automatically fix any corrupt files on your hard drive
hope this helps good luck
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