So it is definitely something in the software/Windows (the drive would not be able to read DVDs if the laser was bad, etc,) I literally am about to buy a Mac I believe he is closest to the mark. However, not all BIOSes recognize or report the CDROM or CDRW drive. Right click on this (Make sure you still have 'Primary Ultra DMA Channel' as well)(DO NOT TOUCH THIS!) disable the second Primary IDE channel) it should have a yellow question mark have a peek at these guys
Reply Archna says: July 3, 2009 at 4:31 pm # CD/DVD drive only reads DVD, not CDs? You can check if you really need 600W or you can do well with a smaller unit by using this PSU calculator. Unzip them, and then double click to merge. Solution uninstall the ide controller handling the drives and let windows install the microsoft ide controller. Source
Well then, how can we fix or rebuild MBR without loading system? Detailed steps are as follows: Firstly, boot computer with MiniTool Partition Wizard boot disc to get the main window. The WD HDD disappears resuming from S3 standby.I tried to go from AHCI to IDE in the BIOS settings but the system fails to boot.How to do go from AHCI to It will typically take a long time to boot so just dont worry.
Not just me but all these poor people with useless computers!!!! what a disaster ANY FIX? If possible, try to swap in a totally different drive. Hard Drive Disappears Randomly I have tried everthing this post suggest.
It is pretty easy to identify these problems, if you check Device Manager, you will often find a '?' or '!' next to the device. If you have on one of the tabs a box with the option box for selecting/deselecting DMA for that drive, uncheck that box. Then, choose "Repair your computer". http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?t=1177129 I wonder if a fresh install vs an in-place upgrade causes this?
Can't read DVD or CD. Hard Drive Disappears From Bios HellDiver Ars Legatus Legionis Tribus: N. I have Phoenix 1.7 but they appear to have gone out of business Reply Lugi says: April 24, 2009 at 6:15 am Updated my BIOS-it doesn't help. I uninstalled and reinstalled the drivers, and when booting back into normal mode, it appears to work.
Had a simuliar Problem a few weeks ago with wireless device drivers, would uninstall the drivers, but XP Pro Would Automatical reinstall the drivers after restart. To download a driver for it, go to the Driver and Support page for Windows 8.1 and click "Optional Downloads". Secondary Hard Drive Disappears Reply Chard says: April 13, 2009 at 1:38 am My DVD drive is no longer recognized. Hard Drive Disappears Until Reboot Sound Card Crappy Realtek Integrated Audio Monitor(s) Displays Fujitsu Siemens P19-3P Screen Resolution 1280 x 1024 x 32 bits @ 60 Hz Oh yeah, 4:3 rocks!
Then reboot. More about the author How to paste source code in Google docs without creating bunch of new paragraphs? ZOMBGiEF View Public Profile Find More Posts by ZOMBGiEF 05 Jun 2013 #4 bobafetthotmail Win 7 Pro 64-bit 7601 1,723 posts Italy Oh boy, Coolmax is a bad This would indicate a software problem, not a hardware problem. Hard Drive Disappears After A Few Minutes
more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed I've tried downloading "drivers" for this but all seem to point to my hardware working properly. Sometimes it's there on reboot, but goes away soon thereafter. http://cdhca.org/hard-drive/secondary-disk-randomly-disappears.php Prayed to God alot (make your own jokes) to fix it.
I put my HTPC to sleep last night.This morning I brought it out of S3 and my media drive was still there. Internal Hard Drive Randomly Disconnects Additional Information: Localized in 23 languages Blocks on Windows 7 Checks if either LowerFilters or UpperFilters registry value exists Deletes LowerFilters or UpperFilters registry value Prompts for reboot Tags fixit Windows Neither Disk Management nor diskpart (CMD) can see it, or 3rd party software.
I'm so relieved. The setting in question can be found by navigating to the key:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\VxD\IOSIf there is a setting entitled NOIDE, Delete it. Using an Asus P6T deluxe. External Hard Drive Disappears And Reappears Most recent drivers running in AHCI mode, all apps installed, and all Windows updates included.I purposely did NOT install the Hotfix just to see if anything has changed since last fall
This fix worked perfect for me . Affected drive is a 1TB Caviar Black. Still same behaviour: Second HDU would only show up after having been searched for with Hardware Assistant.At last I put some files onto the D: hard disk, and to my surprise news 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
Right clicking on the inf file and installing works great! Related Resources Windows 7 SP1: Hard Drives Disappear after Sleep Resume solved New Windows 7 Pro Install - BSOD After Resume From Sleep Brand New Hard Drive Disappears from Windows after You can find the detailed explanation on how to clear upper and lower registry files in our article about CD ROM problems in Windows 8.1. And by that we mean non-OS drive?
But even this did not solve the problem. I used MS Sysinternals Autoruns.exe to check if the driver is running or not. Found out that if I keep the laptop on a notebook cooler that it will not disappear. Reply John says: June 15, 2009 at 6:17 am I upgraded my ‘old' Gateway to the most recent BIOS and Chipset patch from Gateway's site.