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How do I fix OS does not see hard drives - MSIK8T NEO mother board raid 0

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1. Reset the Motherboard by either removing the CMOS battery or the CMOS jumper and putting them back.
2. Go to your BIOS settings and check if the settings are right or even restore to default.
3. Check the cables ( This is a common problem)
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Hope this helps

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