Now it’s getting a mess, what MS-xxxx ver x. All 5 models use the same chipsets. I got drivers from: You may want to check with Seagate to get the new firmware and then find a computer to update it. Helpful 3 Not Helpful Flag. Please login or register. Ergo, you have to try them all until you know it works again.
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K8T neo not seeing SATA drives in bios | Motherboard Forums
Exactly what Seagate is it? You’ll need to choose szta username for the site, which only take a couple of moments here. Now it’s getting a mess, what Sat ver x. Best goto a shop and let them test it or buy a smaller drive. What drivers should I use? Western Digital reference page: Please refer to below steps for details: Darkcyde, Oct 12, Try searching for the settings of your sata controller on the bios and enable it.
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This option is for Legacy USB support. So that isn’t much help, I’m afraid. Since I can’t post links, all “. Should I have to install the OEM drivers for the sata controller?
Posted by lmclaughlin on Sep 19, I have checked and double checked the following nwo trying some backwards just to be sure: I replaced the the Pwr supply as it was bad but still get same issue. They are no longer seen by the bios as single drives because they are now enumerated as a RAID set.
Also this bothers me: You can’t post answers that contain an email msu. Login to post Please use English characters only. So does it see it now? Here you are, but I’ll have a look too, if that is alright: It is hard to tell which driver s I need and which I don’t. In a letter to its customers, it said that they should also check the specs of other manufacturers’ Via based motherboards.
SATA Drive on MSI K8T Neo MS-6702 Ver 1.0
From the pic included, Connect everything to JFP1. And the testing of a smaller disk is good advice and a natural step in troubleshooting.
Please assign your manual to a product: Home Help Search Login Register. Do you think the board is bad? You constantly give us a name jsi doesn’t exists. You are using the wrong bios, probably.
Machine will boot, post and windows will come up then the machine will reboot and windos won’t come up because it’s hung at Early chipset inilization. Disabling RAID will restore bios recognition of the drives, of course. Paste mainboard serial number as BIOS mess is suspected. MSI provided the another link; http: