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When the system restart press del and go to bios in bios you have to click optimised defults then save and exit still the hard disk isnot detected then change the hard disk

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1- Make sure your Motherboard supports SATA, a 7NF-RZ works fine.

2- Install the HDD on your case, usually you have to screw it in or if you have a newer case you can lock it in place with a latch.(The SATA slots on a case are usually above the optical drive slots).

3-If you have another HDD already installed, and you don't want the new HDD to have system files, make sure it's designation is set to Slave. To do this, remove the jumper on the HDD pins(a white plastic connector) with tweezers, and, according to your HDD specifications, move it up or down to Slave designation.

4-Use a SATA cable from your Power Supply and connect it to the HDD, then, use a SATA adaptor cable which should have come with your HDD and connect it to the HDD, then to your Motherboard SATA adaptor(these vary from motherboard to another, so use your Manual to specify where it is).

5-Boot up your computer, and enter BIOS. Usually press either F2,F5,F12 or Esc. After that go to Auto-Detect drivers. When you're done, Save & Exit.

You should have successfully installed your new HDD!

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i think the problem is with ur SATA HDD. To confirm, try another SATA HDD on ur mother board and see if the problem persists

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Mother board cant detect my Sata HDD, please advise me urgenly...


I will advice you to exchange the HDD with someone or with brand new one as it seems to be problem with drivers of the sata.

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Yes, go into the bios and make sure that SATA is turned on. Sometimes with motherboards that have two ide controllers the SATA is turned off by default. Also another thing to check is whether the motherboard is SATA I or SATA II. If it is SATA I then change the jumper on the hard drive to peg back to SATA I. Your new hard drive is SATA II and the motherboard may not support it.

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I would start by swopping the Internal Sata Cables around and check if that solved it.

If not then there's probably a problem with either the E Sata HDD Controller board or Even the HDD or the Sata cable going from the Motherboard to your input E Sata Port.It's a matter of elimination.

So Remove the HDD from the Enclosure and plug it directly into the Motherboard and see if thats picked up.If it is then the HDD is fine.If not, get it replaced and it might still be under warranty.Check with the manufacturer.Continue reading if the HDD is fine.

Then use the Sata Cable from another HDD and connect it straight to to the E Sata Enclosure and see if the Operating System picks it up,Make sure the HDD you removed is plugged back into the enclosure.If that doesn't work then the problem lies with the Enclosure itself and you should get it replaced.

If it does the the problem lies with the cable itself and you should replce that.

Hope this helps you out.

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i think you should install via raid tool from asus driver cd then check in control panel --> administrative tools--> computer management and you click to disk management
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you must reboot first after via raid tool instalation
i manage this way and succeed on my 500 gb sata drive
try it

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