Re: Bios wont detect hard drive
Yeah, it's getting pretty late here. Almost midnight, falling asleep.....
Yeah, the first thing you need to do is to get that Windows CD out and install it. SATA drives are a huge pain to install (software wise). Disabling RAID helps a bunch majority of the time, but now, you also need to install the drivers for it during the install process. That can get a little hairy. If it came with SATA floppy disk, that make a lot easier. Otherwise, you'll need to go to your motherboard manufacturere's direct website to download the SATA hard drive drivers and copy that over to a floppy disk. Then install all Windows all over again using the F6 key. We'll see tomorrow how that works out.
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