Windows 10: SATA BIOS issues
SATA BIOS issues
I know it's not due to the operating system I'm having this issue but hoping I can get help. My BIOS won't detect more then 2 SATA devices connected to my motherboard. All devices work assuming they are the only two connected and also doesn't matter which 2 ports. Any help is appreciated please. Thank you everyone!
What model motherboard and/or computer do you have?
I'm not sure but I shall find out once I get home tonight. Check back around midnight or tomorrow morning and that information will be provided
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