SSD Not Recognised Tags: SSD Windows 7 Storage maverick815 September 2, 2012 1:07:19 AM Hi, I have an OCZ Petrol SSD here that I originally had Windows 7 Ultimate running from. However It will no longer boot as I think the SSD is corrupt. It had recently got BSOD. And will simply no longer boot Windows. It will appear in my UEFI Bios but when I am booting from the Windows 7 Installation DVD and I am trying to reformat the SSD but it simply wont appear on the list " Where to install Windows ". I have tried using CMD Prompt by entering " diskpart " then " List Disk " however I just get the message " There are no fixed Disks". The computer thinks there is not Drives connected but yet it was recognized in the Bios. I am using an Intel i7 based Asus P8P67 Pro motherboard . I have tried all of the Sata Ports and tried switching from ACHI to IDE but it makes no difference. If anybody can try to help I could appreciate it . Thanks. More about : ssd recognised Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumSSD not recognised in BIOS ForumSSD not being recognised by -anything- ForumSSD not being recognised ForumNew build wont recognise SSD ForumNew build - HDD not recognised in bios ForumSSD not being recognised ForumSuccessful Build, But Spinpoint F3 Not Recognised ? ForumExternal Drive recognised in ESATA connection. Using AHCI. ForumMOBO intermittently not recognising SSD with OS on ForumSSD uses AHCI, HDD uses IDE and the BIOS won't recognise either drive ForumSSD uses AHCI, HDD uses IDE and the BIOS won't recognise either drive ForumNew OCZ Agility 4 Recognised by BIOS but not by Windows ForumRaid 5 no longer recognised after booting with AHCI option ForumGigabyte MB will not recognise OCZ SSD ForumPci card not recognised ForumNeed up to date SSD advice. ForumPre build computer,need to decide on SSD and HDD ForumSSD seems much slower than it should be ForumSSD ForumSamsung SSD 730 and clean install of win7 64 bit More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !