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SATA Hardisk canot read into bios.. the sata cable is brandnew and SATA hardisk is also new

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  • dhcpdiscover May 23, 2011

    is this your first sata hard disk attached to your current motherboard? any other sata disk can be read by the bios? have you tried the disk on another system?

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You will need a RAID driver for your motherboard. Contact your motherboard manufacturer for assistance.

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