HDD detect problem on bios

Hi all,

I have 2 SATA hard disks and one converter from ATA to SATA, I can't connect the Hard drives (no one ) to my computer. Before it worked properly, but when I've shut down the PC and turn on again after 1 hour, the bios does'nt detect my HDDs.

Any advise on this problem please ?

I don't know what else could I do to detect this HDDs.

Please help me if someone knows how to resolve it.

Thanks in advance
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  1. what happens when you disconnect the SATA cable of the ATA?
  2. Emerald said:
    what happens when you disconnect the SATA cable of the ATA?


    Sorry what you mean ? The SATA cable connected to the SATA/ATA converter.
    When I disconnect the cable, nothing happens.I don't know how to update my BIOS, may be it is the problem the BIOS ? A day ago it works properly, both HDDs I could see connected, but after leaving the computer turned off, it doesn't detect anymore.

    Many thanks for you replay.
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