hello Daqueh and welcome to Seven Forums. First it would be very helpful if we knew what hardware you have and whether you have a Desktop or a laptop. At the bottom of your last post, in the bottom left, click 'My System Specs' you will find a link there to edit system specs. Fill it out as completely as possible. To see what we would like, in this post, click my system specs and see mine.
What it seems to me is you are seeing the post screen for a J micron sata controller. If there is nothing connected to it, you can disable it in BIOS. I would assume your drives are connected to your chipset's controller. If that is the case, you can disable the J Micron controller in bios. Your Manual will tell you which ports are controlled by your chipset and which are controlled by the J Micron controller. If you disable the J Micron controller, nothing connected to it will work. If later you connect a drive to one of the ports controlled by the J micron controller, just enable it in BIOS. If I misunderstood your problem, pleas let us know.