Originally Posted by Makaveli213
Your chipset drivers should take care of it. It has to be something with your BIOS then. Have you updated your BIOS?
I tried to enable and disable the SATA chip in BIOS and also use it with IDE and RAID mode but nothing will help, it just gives the error code 10.
There are different drivers for IDE and RAID modes, I've tried all of them.
Also I tried 3 different BIOSis including the newest one.
Oh and the hard drives will display correctly during the boot and in BIOS, just windows wont see them.