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K9vgm-v sata controler

I have twin 160 barracuda sata hard drives but this 1.5 controler on the board does not show my drives at all. yes i have tried the my computer right click manage and disks and nothing. device manager two no disks are showing up there ether. nothing showing up in the bios either. enabled the raid too nothing. Its like they are not there even those all cables power are there. i have news bios driver too. good luck on this one.and don't say buy diffrent board please. lol bill

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  • billyking Jul 26, 2008

    i did use diffrent cables but i will pick up a few new ones just to make sure thanks

    bill

  • billyking Jul 26, 2008

    they are set to the right for 150. I did that allready sorry not to write that. still did not work before ether. i tried all my spare cables too and nothing. so i will buy some and try but i remember i clasped them together for more space in my chasis. I guess your not supposed to bend them more than 90 degrees.

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Try HERE for the resolution

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  • Dave Jul 26, 2008

    Also look here as you may need to set the jumpers for the 150MB/s



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  • Dave Jul 26, 2008

    Also from the manual page 6



    Serial ATA Connectors: SATA1/SATA2

    The mainboard provides two high-speed Serial ATA interface ports. These ports support Serial ATA data rates of 150MB/s and are fully compliant with Serial ATA 1.0 specification

  • Dave Jul 27, 2008

    yeah the manual specifically warns against bending the cables more than 90 deg... that said my new MoBo came with 4 sata cables all folded over a number of times...??

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Check the computer lead into the back of the hard drives if they have been bent they maybe broken if you can get a or have a spare use this and see if you can pick them up then

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