Bios SATA controllers not correct? Tags: Chipsets SATA Motherboards BIOS essence7 January 13, 2013 2:34:14 AM I currently have my two HD's plugged into the Brown SATA ports on my motherboard. Why does my BIOS show them under the brown ports? I'm not sure what this means, or if it matters. My Motherboard is the Asus Sabortooth Z77. More about : bios sata controllers correct Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumHelp: correct sata BIOS setting ForumHelp with drive number enumeration to correct channel for SATA HDD? ForumNTLDR error & BIOS no longer recognises correct HD capacity ForumPCI- SATA Controller not seen in BIOS - RC-209-EX ForumSATA 2 Ports Invisible to Bios ? ForumFAQ: Switching Storage Controllers w/o Reinstalling Windows ForumCorrect SATA driver for XP on new SSD ForumSATA Drives showing up AS IDE in bios . ForumAsus P8Z68-V Pro - What are the correct BIOS settings for Lucid Virtu? ForumHow do my bios look before I overclock, am I correct ? ForumInsert a Boot media or reboot with correct properties ForumHELP!! BIOS drive order with onboard SATA controller ForumWhy second internal sata hdd is not recognized by bios ForumSATA HD not recognized in BIOS ForumSata 6G not working in Asus Bios ForumIde/ sata issue in bios ForumHelp updating BIOS Forum[Solved] Can't get past POST, BIOS. ForumCan recognize Sata drive in windows but not in UEFI ForumNeed bios help More resources Read discussions in other Motherboards categories BIOS Boot Chipsets ASRock Asus Chaintech DFI Elitegroup FIC Foxconn Gigabyte Intel MSI-Microstar !