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SSD Troubles

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  • BIOS
  • SATA
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September 14, 2011 11:09:56 AM

Hi

I having another problem with my Corsair Force 3 SSD. My BIOS SATA channels are set to AHCI. However, none of my drives in my system are listed in this list. I then go to the Boot Priority in BIOS and my Force Series 3 is listed as (IDE:CorsairForce.....).

When my secondary HDD is added in an IDE SATA channel, it is put in this list. When I updated and flashed my BIOS the SSD drive was listed and described as (SATA:CorsairForce....), however after restart it returned to IDE and is subsequently missed from the BIOS' list of drives.

Despite all this numerous tests have told me that my drives are connected through AHCI, but why is BIOS missing them and telling me they are IDE?

Thanks
Peter

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September 16, 2011 7:18:05 AM

pacooke01 said:
Hi

I having another problem with my Corsair Force 3 SSD. My BIOS SATA channels are set to AHCI. However, none of my drives in my system are listed in this list. I then go to the Boot Priority in BIOS and my Force Series 3 is listed as (IDE:CorsairForce.....).

When my secondary HDD is added in an IDE SATA channel, it is put in this list. When I updated and flashed my BIOS the SSD drive was listed and described as (SATA:CorsairForce....), however after restart it returned to IDE and is subsequently missed from the BIOS' list of drives.

Despite all this numerous tests have told me that my drives are connected through AHCI, but why is BIOS missing them and telling me they are IDE?


Did u save it on exit in BIOS?

Did u install win7 in AHCI mode?

But, are the drives working fine, can u open them in the explorer?



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