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Ive just got a new computer and added some additional sata drives, one drive shows up in widnows and in bios but other does not show in windows and in bios only sata slots 0,1,2,3 are shown. i cant find any way to enable slots 4,5,6 in bios.

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Hey, if i was you i would first try a bios update, it may be that even thought it is a new computer the bios it was shipped with was not up to date. This may solve your problem, any questions feel free to email me at lewgrainger@aol.com

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