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Windows 7: New SATA card & SSD not appearing in BIOS

15 Aug 2015   #1
mc510

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New SATA card & SSD not appearing in BIOS

I've just installed a new PCIe SATA card (AS1061 based) and connected my Samsung Evo 120GB SSD. My intent is to make the SSD my boot drive; but right now I'm still booting off of my regular old hard drive, and the SSD shows up in Windows 7 and works fine. However, when I enter BIOS setup and go to the spot to choose which device to boot from, there is no sign of my new SSD. The options are just as they were before. Is this a limitation of the Gateway OEM bios, or is there something that I need to do in order to get this new drive to appear in the BIOS?

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Never mind, wish I could delete this post. I just didn't look deeply enough in the BIOS to find the spot where I am to select which hard drive I want to use for boot.


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15 Aug 2015   #2
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