edit edit: Same result in the other SATA ports. Some machines works with usb3 and some others with usb2 wtf? :P Reply to nectons LucasD_1Dec 9, 2016, 10:55 AM Easy way to make the system see a disk is with page a-4 shows windows boot oprtion as one setting I don't have anything in "Boot option properties" http://imageshack.us/a/img6/403/yrok.jpg http://imageshack.us/a/img15/6389/yd7w.jpg Reply to 3AgL3_DeeJay m 0 l Related resources Laptop BIOS won't Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. http://darrenburnhill.com/hard-drive/formatting-and-reformatting-of-hdds.html
Use partitioning step 2.2 to format NTFS Primary and mark Active to try install. unksol said:Enable CSM. Proposed as answer by Dan Kopy Monday, July 19, 2010 6:51 PM Friday, July 02, 2010 9:40 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I had this same problem. I disabled the Secure Boot and enabled Launch CSM but it still doesn't work...
Just installed another hard drive, BOOT_DEVICE_LED stays on and does not detect in bios nor Windows Bios does not detect hard drive, but windows 7 does solved Bios & Device Manager Each and every time I build a system I make sure I round up all the hardware drivers and utility software for the system I am building. The installation program begins, but when it gets to the hdd detection/installation section it says no drive is found?
More resources See also have to install new hard drive on dell 7720r. Tips for getting a purrfect OEM reinstall: re-install windows 7 Thanks for your help. Try Partition Wizard Now! Windows Cannot Detect External Hard Drive What is that CSM?
Start installing or reinstalling Windows again, and on the "Where do you want to install Windows?" screen, please click Load Driver. Windows 7 Install Cannot Find Hard Drive Ask ! Any ideas ?? All Rights Reserved.
just go to your disk on the bottom and 'import foreign disk" Reply to LucasD_1 Ask a new question Answer Read More Windows SATA Clean Install Storage Hard Drives Related Resources Windows 7 Install Doesn't See Hard Drive Solution 3. Then I tried switching to a front panel USB port - it worked. In the windows installation part, my HDD isnt found automatically and when i get it manually it says that the C drive is not formatted.
USB trick works for me too.Looks like USB3 ports are somehow not supported.I switched to a USB2 port and all worked fine.i guess it's the same case for you. More importantly, both Windows version and Bootable version are free. Hard Disk Not Detected In Windows 7 Installation I set mine to work before I went to bed, and it was done when I woke up. ** Formatting the drive also takes a while, though not nearly as long Windows 10 Install Not Detecting Hard Drive Started by cap2587 , Feb 15 2010 05:30 PM Please log in to reply 10 replies to this topic #1 cap2587 cap2587 Members 524 posts OFFLINE Local time:11:24 AM Posted
Can't find your answer ? http://darrenburnhill.com/hard-drive/two-windows-and-hdd-problems.html Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok About Tom's Hardware I have tried to solve it using the cmd mode, but couldn't understand what will be the drive name as shown. ..DISKPART > select disk....than what and how? Kind of strange, it only happened on one computer out of the dozen I've installed it on. Windows 10 Can't Detect Hard Drive
Click "Apply" button to make all changes performed. Thursday, December 30, 2010 4:36 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote After 2 weeks of searching finally found this link that allows you to manually setup a partition disable secure boot under the security tab. weblink Thanks so much!
You'll want to look for your IDE controller (may be the non-RAID controller referenced in thread above, unzip it to stick or CD then browse to it from Load Drivers link Windows 10 Install Can't Find Hard Drive Then, double click Start and set its value to 0. Hopefully someone can help me with the following: I just recently got a hold of an older PC that I wanted to use for test purposes with Windows 7.
Strangely enough, the Seagate drive pops up as C: when I go to browse for drivers, but it's inaccessible and says I need to format it. Why would Windows 7 be But if this method also failed to make the hard disk detected, cleaning hard disk is highly recommended, because this solution has been proved to be useful for lots of users. Neither a recent system nor an install of Win 7...would require installation of SATA drivers. http://darrenburnhill.com/hard-drive/new-hdd-setup-formatting-questions.html electricsnake said: hope this works for u,i just solved my problem using this open cmd(command prompt) through windows installation,u can find it on repair my computertype diskpartthen u type select disk
Upon startup I get the following message: ... Normally Windows 7 detects all IDE drives no problem. I checked from BIOS and it recognizes the drive as 1000gb. If its a SATA drive change the SATA AHCI Mode is set to AHCI or the one above it, it'll provide better performance.
BREAKTHROUGH! We'll see if Windows wants to play nicely now edit: nope. Herkimer on April 2010+1 exoplasm Registered User regular April 2010 edited April 2010 I recently ran into this problem. Once Partition Wizard shows it applied the change successfully, you can close the program, shut down computer, and try installing or reinstalling Windows again. However, if Windows Install still can’t
solved My windows 8 install does not detect my hard drive but bios does. Spent 4 hours solving around before I tried this. I copied them to a CDROM and popped it in when prompted for drivers. And then you can run Windows setup program to see whether the error has been fixed.
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