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Old 11-10-2006, 01:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Asus A8V Deluxe and a SATA Raptor Hard drive (150g)

Hi, I have recently bought a WD Raptor 150g not long after upgrading my AGP graphics card to a Bliss 7800GS 512mg (kinda wishing now I'd just bought new mobo-pci-E)

But when booting pc and hitting delete to go to is not detected?? i have tried lots of different things in the bios to try to get it to detect but no joy at all, have also tried hooking up my friends sata hdd which is a normal speed hdd but same prob....not detected??

Can anyone tell me how to get it detected as i would really like the raptor as my main hdd, i tried putting my raptor hdd in my friends and it was detected right away so the hdd seems to be fine just not with my mobo? i am using the latest bios (1017)

Any help would be much appreciated, i know i should really be on a pci-e system but as I'm not at the mo........HELP :-(

If i boot up with my original ide drive and the new sata admin tools, disc management it is there but not in bios so i can't format with windows the new hdd.
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