No it didn't appear on my BIOS. I have also gone into BIOS to set enable SATA, but there is nothing named SATA in my BIOS. I bought my computer less than 1yr ago.
Do I need to flash my MOBO, cause my computer doesn't have a floppy drive, and I'm also afraid of making any mistakes while flashing.
Is it even possible for a MOBO with 2x SATA 150 inputs to not have any support for SATA even if it were the first MOBO version??
I believe you MOBO should have SATA drivers, at least mine were on a Floppy, and they have to be installed, I don't believe Windows has SATA drivers. Ran into to the same problem with a Seagate SATA. The OS is on an ATA drive and the SATA is a back up. Had to make a couple of changes in the BIOS for both the ATA and SATA, don't remember what they were right now but remember they didn't seem to make sense, i.e., just enabling the SATA didn't work because of the ATA drive. If you have an ATA drive as well, suggest you start sysetmatically changing the ATA, SATA, and RAID settings in the BIOS. Someone might know exactly what these should be.