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I have facing a pequliar problem with my this motherboard.When I start my computer it does not starts and in bios it shows there is no harddisk detected,but after just changing the sata port it starts on and works properly and in bios shows the harddisk has been detected. And than on I can run my computer properly.But after shuting down the PC for a long time such as 4 to 5 hours if i want to start the PC again the same problem arises again. I have checked RAM,Harddisk,Power Supply evrything is OK. So please help me. thouh the motherboard is still within the warranty Period.

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Plz check the SATA power connector , if possible change it and recheck else your motherboard problem

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