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Sata hdd detected but problem with booting&installation

I have sata hdd 160 gb of seagate and hdd detected in raid channelbut when start installing window it shows message press enter for fresh installation "no hdd found please check power card,bios configuration"

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I have sata hdd 160 gb of seagate and hdd detected in raid channelbut when start installing window it shows message press enter for fresh installation "no hdd found please check power card,bios configuration

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When using a single SATA drive you need to set the Serial ATA Controller to [Enable] & set the M1573 RAID Function to [Disable] Page 2-24 in the manual.

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