Ones BIOS finds the boot device it won't look further if it is successful. If you plug another HDD into your PC, does it come up okay? If not, and it is under warranty, send it back. After it wouldn't initialize on the Lenovo it's intended to be used in I took it home and initialized and formatted it in my personal PC and it worked fine. have a peek here
egalvanJanuary 30th, 2009, 02:18 PMBy "computer freezes" do you mean the computer does not run AT ALL? What puzzles me the most is that it was working after reformatting but somehow I have a feeling it may have updated something or I could have damaged my drive from The first from the Wiki........ What I have confirmed though is that the mobo certainly recognises SATA HDDs. other
This leads me to think that two sata drives are only of any use when using an IDE HDD as the bootable drive and the sata as RAID arrays. Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? I had a 1TB drive and an SSD. Posts 277 PC won't boot with my second hard drive plugged in.
All rights reserved. But turn the cards around. so it's trying to read something, but I don't know what. Installed A New Hard Drive Now Computer Won't Turn On Thanks again!
Does anyone know how to update a SATA controller ROM. But no luck here. And does anyone know anything about this ? http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3041873/windows-boot-adding-storage-hdd.html And about your other posts...
This can be tricky. Windows Won't Boot Without Second Hard Drive I have tied with legacy boot enabled. I checked again in Parted Magic and it shows the C drive and another one next to it but just says unsupported drive. They both appear as "Master" though.
I didn't really worry about it too much what it came up as in the bios as long as it worked at the time. check that Highly un-likey, but it may be that the mobo may not recognize SATA-II drives. Windows Won't Boot With Second Hard Drive Win XP and Linux. Installed New Hard Drive Windows Won't Boot I assumed this was the other drive that isn't being detected.
get the picture.But I really think that if that was a good PSU you should not have had a problem. 12V1 is for your MB (CPU, GPU and maybe memory ( navigate here Hi ! Can you enter BIOS and see the drive? You can try the drive in another machine to verify this. Installed New Hard Drive And It Wont Boot
If you visit your PC/motherboard manufacturers website, they can give you a way to update, or "flash" your BIOS to the latest version. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. A HDD is generally less than 10 Watts (under 1 Amp).A 500 Watt PSU should handle a 2nd (3rd and 4th) HDD with NO problem.That said, I did NOT see which http://emec16.com/hard-drive/w7e-x64-will-not-boot-after-adding-a-hard-drive.php Installation & Setup Our Sites Site Links About Us Find Us Vista Forums Eight Forums Ten Forums Help Me Bake Network Status Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies Windows 7 Forums
I wanted to swop it with a IDE HDD since I know that the BIOS recognises the two IDE channels no problem. Pc Won't Boot From Hard Drive This Inrush current could trigger the PSU to shut down. "Good" PSU with 500 Watts would be NO Problem for your system. Again, same problem.
If I press Del (to enter setup) the screen goes black and monitor switches off. asked 1 year ago viewed 1739 times active 9 months ago Blog The 2017 Stack Overflow Developer Survey is Now Live Related 1SATA disks boot order?0Motherboard refuses to boot from SATA I have no idea why device manager and disk management are picking up your printer as a second hard drive. Hard Drive Detected In Bios But Won't Boot Supernova1138Jul 7, 2012, 1:43 AM If the drive is not showing up in BIOS, that indicates one of two things, either the hard drive itself has died, or there is a
If this is the case, get a friend who builds their own computers to take a look at your box and see what she/he says. It works on the second or third try after waiting. I have had the Sata HDD checked by the people I purchased it from and they say that there is nothing wrong with it (so they won't take it back). http://emec16.com/hard-drive/hard-drive-doesn-t-mount-its-self-on-boot.php be sure the sata wires are in order, there are sata ports on the MB which are numbered , be sure to put port #1 for the OS drive then it
Supernova1138Jul 7, 2012, 2:57 AM In that case, it probably means the controller on the hard drive has gone. When I turn on the computer with no hard drives it gets to the screen saying incorrect boot please insert disk etc. (set to boot to CD Drive first). It's quite happy if I use a second power cable for the 4th. As an aside...
Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the The second drive has been formatted, completely erased using DBAN and then formatted again. Upon inspection of the offending cable, it was found to have its moulded connector strip out of alignment to the slot. I have the same issue with my computer except that it has been running fine all these while up until I reformatted my computer a couple of weeks ago.
The problem is I cannnot get into bios with the two connected to adjust the boot process (if this is the problem). However, when the other HDD is attached, it won't boot. Just to be sure though I'm going to try installing it in the PC it worked in before and make sure the drive still works. Back to top Back to Internal Hardware 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear BleepingComputer.com → Hardware → Internal Hardware
It shows it there but doesn't say the space on it or anything and is un-openable. won't boot. It currently won't boot with both of the hard drives connected.