i could be playing games for hours and itll work fine. I fail to see how activating Secure Boot would help, I view it as a major pain in the.....you know. –Enigma83 Jan 12 '15 at 15:18 Sorry for flooding I'm guessing you mean regular reboot rather than a full shutdown. And for some volumes in fixed internal disks Windows will ask me what I want to do with removable drives after assigning a letter. http://kazeinteractive.com/hard-drive/secondary-hard-drive-not-detected-windows-10.html
earch&pn=1 molo Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor Registered: Nov 10, 1999Posts: 13804 Posted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 3:40 pm Yeah, it's a bad drive, definitely.Just because you can't get any diagnostics I know I have it somewhere... thanks for this.
by R. Some other stuff, I don't have, so, that will be lost I guess.Now, for my follow up question if I may? In my Dell days this option was responsible for lots of issues on it's own. Hard Drive Disappears From Bios nothing.
It's random how it'll reappear. Hard Drive Disappears Windows 10 I'm still curious to know what is causing this, and the Linux-only approach wouldn't be a real answer anyway. –Enigma83 Jan 10 '15 at 9:50 More info: When 7 Easy may not be so easy for me I fear.Does this instruction mean, physically go in and remove the drive hardware? But at least it's not a dinosaur. –Enigma83 Jan 12 '15 at 17:02 @Enigma83 I'm glad to hear you already tried this option.
We will see what happens. Hard Drive Disappeared From Disk Management I'll have to try that.Is the USB controller on the motherboard separate from the SATA controller?They're integrated into the same chip, but they are totally different parts of the chip. I would avoid Adaptec - they have a well-deserved reputation for sketchy drivers, their Linux/BSD support is terrible, and even for systems like VMWare where you would expect a solid effort... they still suck horribly.
Ireland, UK Registered: Feb 12, 2000Posts: 11435 Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 10:34 am I've never had ANY luck with Seagate's refurbished drives. weblink Mind you, what "overheating" can vary from drive to drive, especially if it's already marginal. I say this because when my secondary HDD disappears, I've tried disconnecting the Sata cable and power connection to it and reconnecting it with absolutely no effect. Yes, but: this should NOT happen to both drives irrespective of slot. Hard Drive Disappears After A Few Minutes
Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Proffitt Forum moderator / September 14, 2005 11:16 PM PDT In reply to: I used TWEAKUI Try this. Privacy statement © 2017 Microsoft. http://kazeinteractive.com/hard-drive/hard-drive-disappears-until-reboot.html If it does start happening with linux too that could indicate a hardware problem.
It seems to me to be a problem with the OS and not the HDD. Second Hard Drive Disappeared Windows 10 AGAIN, I am not telling you when to power down and back up. by R.
The bearing in the fan wears out/gets snarled, which basically causes a huge amount of resistance on the appropraite lines. i could be playing games for hours and itll work fine. I also am wondering whether disabling/enabling write-caching may have an effect. –Enigma83 Jan 12 '15 at 9:43 An eject icon would suggest a removable device. Laptop Hard Drive Disappeared I do have the 5 year warranty and i have only had the drive for a week so if they think its the drive as well hopefully it wont be a
One is in the primary slot, the other is in an optical caddy. Windows boots in UEFI mode but secure boot is off, causes huge headaches with booting Linux and USBs. Any business system should be on one, regardless of OS. http://kazeinteractive.com/hard-drive/hard-drive-disappears-after-sleep-windows-10.html The PC in question is an HP Pavilion 2325DX.
It seems like perhaps the drive was not getting enough power and it would look like it was disconnected. Its especially common in 'cheap' psu's that dont do discrete rails for each header, simplistically one run thats split off the cable for the mobo & all connectors. Would not boot. 6-8 hours on phone with endless retries, finally consultant says change HD Bios from AHCI(or similar) to RAID. Computer would not shut down Can't find your answer ?
Can Donald Trump reverse Chelsea Manning's commutation? I can't see any other explanation. brodie "diabolus scies" Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor Tribus: Echo Base Registered: Dec 4, 2000Posts: 44020 Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 12:57 pm Le sigh. Near as I can tell, some number of incomplete boots in a row, and windows decides something has gone wrong -- and performs a factory reset.
Installed all Windows Updates and latest drivers. Not: "not enough for Windows"... brodie "diabolus scies" Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor Tribus: Echo Base Registered: Dec 4, 2000Posts: 44020 Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 3:51 pm Yeah, I've cleaned out the system, physically, and Windows isn't installed to the Seagate, the drive Windows is on has never failed to boot.
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