I do not see any additional SATA drivers on the ASUS web site & Seagate's site says their drives do not need any additional drivers. Thanks again for staying with me here. Scott, thanks so much for your help. share|improve this answer answered Apr 24 '12 at 8:49 ZaB 2,137164 I already installed Intel Rapid Storage Technology Enterprise driver.
And it still gives me this error message. I'll try this today and report back. How can I check that the voltage output from this voltage divider is 2.25V? I powered the system - adjusted the BIOS boot order - and restarted. http://www.techrepublic.com/forums/discussions/cant-boot-from-sata-drive/
The time now is 03:14 AM. -- Mobile_Default -- TSF - v2.0 -- TSF - v1.0 Contact Us - Tech Support Forum - Site Map - Community Rules - Terms of I appreciate all of your help. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Can't boot from Sata drive by jamison.hooper · 10 years ago In reply to Can't boot from Sata driv ... Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk. If so how?
Also it boots when I have 2-3 IDE drives and the CDrom. Windows does support some RAID controllers out of the box. Your problem is unusual. Change Ahci To Raid Windows 10 Am I wasting my time with this or will I see improvement? ...also, when I run updflash in dos, will it automatically find the controller card?...never used this before.
clintfan Motherboards, Bios & CPU 5 04-23-2006 11:07 PM unable to use SATA drive as boot device ok i posted this elsewhere to no avail and was wondering if this could Install Raid Drivers Windows 10 SamDenst, hello. You are correct about the locations. 5&6 are sticking up. It's a card that you plug in to a PCI slot, a SATA drive is then connected to it.
Able to force Windows 10 to boot safe mode after failing a few times, downloaded latest Intel Rapid Storage Driver, popped open device manager and updated the driver. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f15/cant-boot-from-pci-add-on-sata-card-152887.html Under the second tab "Boot", check "Safe boot" under boot options, use "Minimal" sub-option. Windows Won't Boot In Raid Mode Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top SamDenst Posts: 10 This post has been reported. Windows 10 Ahci To Raid What are all the boot options given to you?
It looks like the bios or startup screen for the card but I have no idea how to access any configuration menu. http://txtbl.com/windows-10/cannot-boot-from-ssd-after-clone.html Drivers included in XP SP1 and later will work with nForce4 chipsets.Disconnect IDE drive before doing a repair install. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Thanks by Trish44 · 10 years ago Why didn’t Japan attack the West Coast of the United States during World War II? See if they are close to those values.Are you using a PS/2 or USB keyboard? Switch From Ahci To Raid
Do I disable all of those? Switch From Ahci To Raid Windows 10 Is "she don't" sometimes considered correct form? If so, do your SATA controllers support SATA II or just SATA I?
Next no one knows what os you are running ie winxp, win7, linux, etc. Operating Systems ▼ Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows XP See More... Dark souls 3 lag Removing Hidden/System Partition Windows Explorer (Windows 7) mess Sound Problem in Toshiba L755... http://txtbl.com/windows-10/cannot-get-windows-boot-up.html Report • #11 OtheHill January 16, 2009 at 13:55:55 With SATA/IDE motherboards there is another setting to choose WHICH hard drive you want to boot to.
The message about "PXE" and the "MAC ADDR" is all related to an attempt to boot over the network that ends in the "Media Test Failure". Tutorials SATA Drivers - Load in Windows Recovery OptionsHow to Load SATA Drivers in Windows System Recovery Options This will show you how to load the SATA drivers in System Recovery Can I do that before installing Windows? LenLen64bit Friday, June 14, 2013 8:01 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Is RAID disabled in the BIOS ?
Is it a utility already in my bios, or do I have to download it from somewhere? No pun intended..... On the Main Page of BIOS it lists SATA 1, SATA 2, SATA 3 etc all the way to SATA 6. Is that a good plan or should I do them all at once?
Get the latest BIOS from the "Download" tab at the motherboard's webpage at Asus. Am I wasting my time with this or will I see improvement? ...also, when I run updflash in dos, will it automatically find the controller card?...never used this before. Can't boot from PCI add-on SATA card This is a discussion on Can't boot from PCI add-on SATA card within the Motherboards, Bios & CPU forums, part of the Tech Support All my HD's are SATA and my BlueRay DVDROM is also SATA so I have no problem disabling the Marvell Storage ROM in the BIOS.
It came with a 120GB SATA HDD that was connected to a Promise PCI SATA Controller Card.