|21 Mar 2011||#1|
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Not booting auto from harddrive
Hello again, I had another problem a few days ago, but fixed it.
But now I am getting this strange behaviour.
OS: Windows 7 32-bit
Mobo: ASUS P8P67-M Pro
RAM: 2 x 2GB Kingston
Hard disk 1: 300GB Barracuda
Hard disk 2: Old 250GB SATA 1 generation
Optical Drive 1:Standard DVD writer
Optical Drive 2:Standard DVD reader
When I boot (EFI Bios) I am automatically transfered to the EFI Bios screen, reason being it's not able to detect my hard disks, when booting. But once in the "Advanced" set up screen I go to the boot priorities and only see my optical drives and USB drives. I do not see my hard disks.
But if I go to the boot override screen I see my two hard disks and can boot from there.
So how come it won't boot from them at the start and why can't I put them in the boot priority field?
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