Question How do I get my HDD to show in disk Managment? I only see it in BIOS.

May 5, 2020
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I know my HDD should be in disk management and it should be un-allocated. I don't see it at all. When I go to my bios, I can see it. I've already tried running the memory test. I'm getting too frustrated and am about to punch a hole through my pc. I saw this reply to a similar thread but it doesn't answer my question.

"I've had this problem:
- SSD (samsung 850 evo) showing in BIOS, but NOT in Device Manager and NOT in Disk Management.

Fix:
  • open Device Manager
  • expand IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers
  • right click on Standard SATA AHCI Controller, select Uninstall
  • reboot, after reboot drive shows up in Device Manager"
I need to know which Standard SATA AHCI Controller to uninstall as I have 2. Thanks to anyone who helps.
 

Colif

Win 10 Master
Moderator
I see the point


where did you get fix from?
not that it helps but if you change the view to be connections, one should be under the Intel chipset family and other shows under PCI to PCI bridge
I don't know which you would need to choose
 

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