Or something. Jun 5, 2011 #14 quruneowla TS Rookie as there any jumpers on the hard drive f yes make ur main on master and the other which u can not see on It is frustrating. Jun 4, 2011 #8 Sev TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 80 the drive is not the main drive its Z infact, and i have done this before says errors found and check over here
But make sure - what is the nominal power consumption for the hdd in the caddy? I bought a replacement for it, but hadn't gotten around to opening up my case to put it in. brodie "diabolus scies" Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor Tribus: Echo Base Registered: Dec 4, 2000Posts: 44021 Posted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 5:47 pm Huh, looks like I'm already on the SD1A It also seems to make no difference which slot each drive is in. his comment is here
continuum Moderator et Subscriptor Tribus: California Registered: Jul 1, 1999Posts: 79523 Posted: Fri Jan 11, 2013 3:16 am Quote:he fan was connected to a power cable that also happened to be Hdd is usually lower on power consumption. This seems to happen more when the computer goes into sleep. Jun 5, 2011 #10 Sev TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 80 Mark56 said: ↑ If this problem is repeating for just that one drive then you should replace it.
One is in the primary slot, the other is in an optical caddy. I would also find that the problem would be more consistently noticed whenever I would bring the computer out of sleep. windows explorer sees both drives for a few hours and it happens again. Hard Drive Disappears After A Few Minutes Read the results of each phase as it finishes.
I've waited as long as 30 mins but it never shows up. Hard Drive Disappears Until Reboot Press Start > type cmd in the search box and enter. Microsoft came to realize that the policy of letting developers do whatever they wanted was doing more harm than good for their reputation. Jun 5, 2011 #12 Sev TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 80 the drive in question is under 2 months old, but all of them have had this issue, 1000w psu ultra
I tried switching SATA ports on motherboard. Hard Drive Disappeared Mac brodie "diabolus scies" Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor Tribus: Echo Base Registered: Dec 4, 2000Posts: 44021 Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2013 7:50 pm I've switched the SATA port that two two If that works (usually it does) then I stick with it, if not, then OEM. –Enigma83 Jan 12 '15 at 16:59 I also already have the driver you linked This could just be an HP quirk. –Enigma83 Jan 12 '15 at 14:34 Power issues...
I haven't noticed a difference either way. –Enigma83 Jan 12 '15 at 14:58 Soft reboot meant doing a software restart/reboot, like CTRL+ALT+DEL, keeping the power on so the drives I had a drive that would take a little too long to "start up" sometimes, and the computer would start without it, like the drive wasn't connected. Hard Drive Disappears Windows 10 I keep all drivers locally stored on an external drive and check about once a month for newer ones. Hard Drive Disappears From Bios First the hard drive will disappear on me.
The driver detected a controller error on \Device\Ide\IdePort5. ... check my blog Just recently I trusted WU to install my Ralink Bluetooth driver, which caused a BSOD boot loop upon rebooting. Chkdsk will start when Windows begins loading again. No should be easy from what i have heard WD has a good warranty. Hard Drive Disappears Randomly
Home Résumé Projects RSS ← Wii U doesn't power on and the power light blinks red The Case of the Missing Shell Context Menu → The Case of the Disappearing Hard they still suck horribly. Andrewcw "________" Ars Legatus Legionis Registered: Jun 6, 2000Posts: 12928 Posted: Mon Dec 31, 2012 10:35 pm Have you tried a different brand drive. this content Quicken and QuickBooks users were forced to upgrade but the frequency of systems being trashed by Intuit products was greatly reduced.
It was likely related to the power supply, but not in the way I would have anticipated.My case fan has been dying recently; it has been rattling around a bit intermittently Hard Drive Disappeared From Disk Management The motherboard is configured to use SATA drives in native SATA/AHCI mode.The problem is that, every now and again (once a week or so, but not on any kind of regular If you have critical data of ANY nature, you don't trust that data to one fallible location. *EVEN* if you're running Linux.
Usual are 0.5 A/1.0 peak for hdd. Keep in mind that you can only assign letters to volumes/partitions, not drives. Or perhaps just a soft linen/cotton cloth is better? –Enigma83 Jan 10 '15 at 9:16 I'm seriously thinking on installing Arch Linux on one of the drives, and then Second Hard Drive Disappeared Windows 10 How to stabilize the overall appearance of a Manipulate widget?
I thought to myself, "nah, that couldn't be it, but I'm out of SATA ports (yes, lots of drives), but I'll plug everything in, reseat it all, and see what happens Soft reboot being a software restart/reboot, like CTRL+ALT+DEL, keeping the power on so the drives never power off. ATP Ars Tribunus Angusticlavius et Subscriptor Tribus: Los Gatos, CA Registered: Oct 20, 2000Posts: 8027 Posted: Thu Jan 10, 2013 2:11 am I think I have a spare cable lying around http://transcoderesearch.com/hard-drive/defragment-hard-drive-windows-10.html This has to be a problem with either the MB or the HDD, right?
Not even in software like AIDA64. I don't have a reference link on hand for the two threads that I had come across. Should I be worried that the other ports might go out too? But always good to check!
It would be recognized again if I rebooted. During the final phase, it will notify you if it finds any corrupted files. 4.When the Check Disk is done, it will finish loading Windows.Click to expand... I haad never heard of aUSB docking station or USB transfer cable so I'm going to have to look at thes4e in Google to see what I can find out. Jun 4, 2011 #9 Mark56 TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,889 If this problem is repeating for just that one drive then you should replace it.
If you're in AHCI mode, yes, you could try that.Quote:I don't have a caddy, but I do have one of those combo usb/pata/sata connectors... Who needs optical drivesPassiveView all CPUOSi386MS-DOSView all hide details Reply SolusIgnis (21 items) 2 Watts (6 items) Huh?! (13 items) CPUCPUCPUMotherboardi7-3820Xeon Phi 31S1P I'm not aware of a way to mark drive as permanent, you would think Windows is smart enough to know the difference. Thanks!!
It would be recognized again if I rebooted. But, as it is intermittent it could just be a bad connection or a faulty SATA cable. I've run all kinds of checks on the disk, from within Windows, and without. Then I shut down the system… waited… and booted back up… The BIOS happily identified both drives and booted back into Windows, where all my disks were available.
I can, however, unplug things like USB mice, USB HDDs/thumbdrives, etc and see what happens. I haven't realy hammered away at drive #2 since then, either, but we'll see... I guess thats why i always come here first for advice. Then I had an epiphany. "If Linux fixed the problem originally, clearly I only need to use MORE LINUX for a permanent fix!" Spoiler: It goes just as well as I'd
Would have to go into BIOS & then soft reboot and then it would see the drive as usual. i could be playing games for hours and itll work fine.