Try hitting F2 and detecting the drives in BIOS, save the results and exit.
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I used to have 2 Drives in that computer but took the storage drive(no OS) out to put with my new rig. The drive with the os on my new rig is a raptor and since my old rig is not sata compatible, thats out of the question.
I could try unpluggin my raptor and putting in drive from other computer but am afraid.
Just as a reminder, i tried all the different jumper settings too. What about a driver. Would a driver help?
Confuscious say: He who go to bed with itchy ass, wake up with stinkyfinger.
And for some odd reason, i cannot get into bios now. F2 wont do crap.
At the time it looked kool and was cheap as hell, little did i know.Piece of crap. The battery is the factory one from Dell. Cant imagine how much they would charge for a replacement. You know, having it shipped from India and all. I just popped it out and put it back in to reset bios. Still workin.
Confuscious say: He who go to bed with itchy ass, wake up with stinkyfinger