HELP: Windows 7 can't recognize my IDE slave hard disk.

#1
Hello,
I use a seagate SATA hard disk as a master disk where i have my OS installed etc. and a WD IDE disk as slave where i usually keep files like mp3s, movies and so on.
As long as I had windows xp everything worked fine.

I installed Windows 7 yesterday on the SATA disk, and now i can't see the IDE slave on windows 7. The BIOS (ASUS P5GD1-VM) detects him perfectly fine, but when i log into windows 7 i can't see it in My Computer, Disk manager or device manager.

Is there any solution to this?
Thanks in advance.
 


Highwayman

Extraordinary Member
#2
SATA doesnt work on master and slave idea, so set the IDE to MASTER
 


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