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SATA detection problem and do you have to format it absolutely on a new controller
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May 29, 2009, 08:17 PM
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Location: Toronto, ON
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OK the choices in the raid bios are
Create Raid set
Delete Raid set
Rebuild Raid1 set
Resolve conflicts, it says no conflicts
Low Level Format
Logical DRive Info. no info at all is given...
I dont want to create or delete anything, I am afraid to lose the data on the drive, anyone knows what will happen if I do those things?
DO NOT do any of that. Your drive will be promptly formatted. And well those options should not effect the hard drive from being detected. I have one of those cheap RAID cards and it works fine without building a RAID set, I had 2 drives connected to it just normally.
Have you tried different ports on the motherboard? I'd take a guess and say 2 of them are on a secondary SATA controller (probably the black ones). I'd use the red ports.
However I have a feeling your hard drive might be dead.
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At this point, I'm thinking it's best to follow through with that and contact them about data recovery.
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