New 30 May 1. Many Thanks I feel rather embarassed. No errors are shown. I will disassemble the thing and do as you suggest. It would be best to simplify your setup to test the card. New 31 May 9.
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New 30 May 1. I have connected an external hard drive which is in a SATA supporting enclosure to one of its sockets, but the hard drive is not recognised by my system.
Many Thanks I feel rather embarassed. I have just connected my ‘C’ drive to one of the internal headers on the expansion card, and it works just fine. Any suggestions would be appreciated – ultimately, if I can get the thing to work at all, I want to connect a SATA SSD to one of the internal connectors on the expansion card. Now on to figuring out what’s up with that external drive. When I downloaded the new driver and its documentation, I didn’t check that particular bit of the document, and so didn’t see the change.
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I’m curious if you looked in your device manager before posting this? I will disassemble the thing and do as you suggest. It would be best to simplify your setup to test the card. Maybe you do if you connect an old optical drive or something. New 31 May 5. New 31 May 8. Thanks for the help.
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My Computer Computer Type: New 31 May 6. So, yes, it does appear under ‘Storage Controllers’. On Board – Realtek Monitor s Displays: Even More embarassed but grateful Thanks Guys. No errors are shown. You could be referring to an external hard drive in it’s own case, or an actual external enclosure- one that allows you to connect multiple hard drives.
It had not occurred to me that the enclosure for the hard disk might be at fault – I have used it with an external SATA lead to connect it to a SATA 2 expansion card in the past with no problems. I have an older desktop with a P6T motherboard, running the fontroller version of Windows This eliminates a lot of connectivity problems.
You say you are trying to connect a “SATA supporting enclosure”. Now, of course, it is SATA 3. If I use a USB-2 connection instead, the drive is ckntroller.
I think it just has to do with the chipset architecture. Could be just a cable. Last edited by jameswesthead; 30 May at