Hi guys, Sorry if this is in the wrong place
Last night my PC did a couple of security updates and did a nVIDA update - I can't remember if this was for the on-board sound or the motherboard (I assume the later).
Now when ever I try to turn on my PC I see the "BIOSTAR" Logo, for what feels like ages, and then I get a list which ends with "3rd Master Disk error - press DEL for BIOS set-up"
In the BIOS I noticed that I can't add my SATA drive into the boot priorities list.
When I look at my SATA drive it shows as having 0 MB - which is utter rubbish!
I've tried setting the SATA drive into ACHI mode - but this just leads to the PC trying to boot from the CD and saying "no media present".
Why does Windows have to be like this