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It will warm boot from the hard drive as long as the BIOS already has the hard drive listed from a system/recovery disk optical drive boot. HDD The Guardian Series: Highly Specialized Internal Drives Rescue We Can Recover Your Files, Just in Case. RE: Hard-drive not detected when cold booting, but detected upon restart? thread751-927580 Forum Search FAQs Links MVPs Hard-drive not detected when cold booting, but detected upon restart? http://magicnewspaper.com/drive-not/new-dvd-cd-drive-is-not-detected.html

don't use sandforce controller SSD both your mobo and SSD are within the SATA spec, but at opposite ends of it. I can get the hard drive to boot by entering the bios and exiting it, I can also alt+ctrl+del at the error message and the computer will then boot normally.This problem It will not cold boot. What Do I Do? http://knowledge.seagate.com/articles/en_US/FAQ/209171en?language=en_US

Thus, the drive might not be detected during a cold boot but be detected and function normally after a warm reboot or reset. Join your peers on the Internet's largest technical computer professional community.It's easy to join and it's free. You could argue that the real fault lies in the SATA spec, that allows 2 in spec components to fail to communicate properly like this. #7 taltamir, Aug 25, 2011 Computing.Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site.

BTW, there is no hard drive delay option in my bios.In case you're wondering if this is a power supply issue, I have a 500 watt Antec Power supply. If this option isn't present, disable Quick Post or Quick Boot in the BIOS. All Rights ReservedAd Choices The information on Computing.Net is the opinions of its users. At this point, I'd have to put the Marvell controller on the items of interest list.

If you can't find that option, then just disable quick boot - the time it takes to test your RAM should be enough to let the HD catch up. I'm pleased by this. 2. I was looking at buying a Level 10 GT case which was reviewed by HardOCP. I'm pleased by this. 2.

It does not make any sense to me but after all this tweaking...it seemed to work for me. Best answer clutchcOct 17, 2012, 8:08 AM Yes, I forgot you already said you were able to access the drives after jumping thru some hoops. As I have been running the original 2011 bios until recently (late 2013 early 2014 ish) and this is when my pc stopped detecting the drives. I tried a few times and got a BSOD on bootup every time.

Register now while it's still free! http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/bios-not-seeing-hard-drive-on-cold-boot.155497/ The drivers have been installed for the hard drive, SATA controller, Intel Chipset (all from the X79 disc) and the firmware upgraded on the Asus Blu ray drive.I have tried to Play How the Game Should Be Played. It will then roll over and try to boot from my DVD drive (which is empty and fail to boot).

TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. http://magicnewspaper.com/drive-not/dvd-rom-drive-not-detected.html What Corsair Module or Modules will work with my MB? RedBaron24 View Public Profile Find all posts by RedBaron24 #9 10-12-2010, 12:16 AM Synbios Registered User Synbios's PC Specs Synbios's PC Specs MotherboardTYAN S7002G2NR-LE Dual LGA 1366 Intel 5500 This is really pathetic that it supposedly passed their QA process and got the stamp of approval from QA with such a major defect.

  • edfair (TechnicalUser) 1 Oct 04 23:32 Fast boot disabled?Floppy seek on boot?
  • So much for a real solution.
  • I've left my system on continuously for 24+ hours with no issues.
  • If you are having trouble getting the drive detected from a cold start or especially out of the box, you're having other problems.
  • Both computers involved are relatively old.
  • Cold booting is actually the solution to get the drive to be detected again.
  • I also noticed that RedBaron is using IDE emulation, as this drive probably works best in AHCI.
  • If you have submitted the RMA on line and have not got a reply!

RE: Hard-drive not detected when cold booting, but detected upon restart? I never said this was true in all cases. Computer will not boot unless you load boot menu and select hard drive in bios a solved Can't access bios unless hard drive is unplugged after a failed windows instalation. I ran speed tests and the drive seems to be giving the same performance as on the SATA III port (which is expected since SATA II can handle 3Gbps).

The screen will say: Marvell 88SE91xx Adapter - BIOS Version All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction or linking forbidden without expressed written permission. I have even tried unplugging my dvd-rw and I should also note that my computer doesn't have a floppy drive.Hopefully someone here can come up with an answer to this annoying

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Where can I see that? This did not impact the cold boot issue. external hard drive, seen by bios, but not disk management in XP New Seagate 1tb hard drive not seen in Windows 8 but is in Device Manager and Bios. http://magicnewspaper.com/drive-not/cd-rom-drive-not-detected.html Even if you have a laptop tell us the mobo/chipset/motherboard, etc it makes our lives much easier so we don't have to go hunting down to lookup laptop specs.

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