SATA Hard Drive Not Detected in BIOS or Setup

hi all...
my problem is why my SATA hdd and SATA dvd-rom not detect on my bioas system.. i already change other hdd but got same result not detect on bios.. im sure all cable is in good condition..
modo = gigabyte G41M-ES2L
bios = f6
ver = 1.1

what happen if i update my bios version and what should i choose this all bios link (

please help.. TQ
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  1. I would go to the newest version (F9) for your region; updating the BIOS certainly won't hurt you, but I'm can't say for sure whether or not it will resolve your issue. Did the SATA drives ever work? If so, it's possible that a BIOS setting changed, in which case I would say that you should reset the BIOS to factory defaults and see what happens then.
  2. i already reset bios and load optimize default but my hdd still not detect. what u mean SATA drive.. at bios have driver?
  3. What I meant is did the 2 SATA drives you mentioned (1 HDD and 1 DVD) ever function, or did you just install them and can't get them to work at all?
  4. ya.. i hve install but then not work.. no devices detect on my bios.. about that f9 bios are u already use that bios? u mobo same mobo like me gigabyte G41M-ES2L??
  5. No, I have a different motherboard; I'm just going by past experience in general, not specifically with your board. It's possible that your BIOS has the SATA ports disabled, so you may want to check and see if you need to turn them on. Also make sure that the SATA data cable and the SATA power cables are both securely plugged in at both ends.
  6. im sure all my cable work properly.. i already try to change setting on integrated peripherals at bios. but still got same result.. i try use ide port using hdd pata and bios can detect that hdd.. u have any idea about my prob?
  7. Best answer
    At this point, I'd start with updating the BIOS and see what happens. If that doesn't fix it, we'll try some other things. Just make sure that all of your SATA and power cables are connected correctly, and if you have another SATA cable, try that to make sure the first one isn't bad.
  8. ok.. i will try update my bios.. before what bios u use until u update to f9.. now my mobo use f6 bios version..
  9. I don't use the same motherboard or BIOS as you, so I've never used F6 or F9. Updating your BIOS is likely to either fix the issue, or be a step in the path of fixing it though, so that's why I recommended you do it.
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