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Windows 7: How do I disable a Marvell Controller?

02 Dec 2009   #21

Windows 10 Pro

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Jacee View Post
Hi sygnus21 :)

I don't know where to go to disable it in the BIOS
Can you give me a detailed map, please?
This is the screen shot you provided :)

It's the secondary Sata Controller. Scroll down to where it says enable, hit enter and choose disable. NOTE...once you do this, any drives on that controller won't be seen so I suggest you move them the the main (Intel) controller.

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21 Oct 2011   #22

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Marvell Controller bothering messages "No array" "No HDD" etc.

First of all many thanks again to Tony919 from Legit Reviews forum for the useful advice!!! (from 2006!!!)

I have my son's desktop PC from 2007 with Intel Bad Axe 2 D975XBX2 motherboard, chipset Intel Glenwood-DG i975X. I just reinstalled partition C: (progs&apps) with Win 7 64 ultimate (reinstalled 3rd time in 3 years). But this was the first time I faced the Marvell Controller said:

No array
No HDD etc. already written by others in the forum.

We have the latest BIOS available from 2009. and I tried what Tony919 suggested:

"go to BIOS setup, select Advanced - Peripheral Configuration - (disable) Secondary SATA Controller."

I did it and it works with my son's PC. I tell you frankly, first I was afraid that after that PC won't see the third HDD (1.5 Tb, which I placed later in 2010 as "container" for movies), but everything is O.K.

So I strongly suggest to do what Tony919 suggested and Marvell Controller won't appear again with bothering messages.

Thank you Tony once again!
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