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This is on Windows 7 final (not RC)I have five(!) drives:System: Seagate 320GBMusic: Seagate 500 GBKeep: Seagate 1TBRecordings: WD 1TB ** This is the one that disappears **Storage: WD 1TB ** Edit: Nevermind, I see you mentioned AHCI in your OP. You can mark this thread solved in the thread tools at the top. __________________ MemTest | IMGBurn | Seatools Drive Fitness | DataLifeguard |SeaFlash Rufus | Virus/Malware Help | PC running Lazy-BApr 9, 2010, 4:44 AM rwpritchett said: Did you try the Hotfix?

Hard Drive Disappears After Sleep Windows 10

rwpritchettApr 1, 2010, 8:52 PM It's been ages since I had one of my two WD 1TB drives disappear. We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below. Of course, you need to install the AHCI drivers for your motherboard first.

I use the Microsoft AHCI drivers because the Intel ones do not pass TRIM commands to the SDD. Bios updates don't appear to address this issue, but am going to try; will post update.. A reboot of the system fixes it until it sleeps again. Prevent External Hard Drive Sleep I was wondering if all of you guys have Gigabyte motherboards?

I am stumped with this one. Hard Drive Disappears Windows 10 It's like skinning! Perhaps it'll fix the issue if I manually install my Asus SATA drivers? https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-hardware/hdd-disappearing-after-resuming-from-sleep/f293a50b-bddf-4934-bb73-457d9332ef04 Finally tried the hotfix.

What's the safest type of power saw? Intel Rapid Storage Technology I don't know if either of these things will help you, but it's all I got..... Hehe, that bit of tomfoolery reminds me of a T-shirt I have... "To Save Arguments, Let's Assume I'm Never Wrong." Reason for Karma (Optional) Successfully updated karma reason! Thank you all for your thoughts.

Hard Drive Disappears Windows 10

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 Clean Senior Member Join Date Jan 2012 Location New City, NY. Try updating the Intel Management Engine Interface driver and or the INF driver. Hard Drive Disappears After Sleep Windows 10 Reply #13 GeomanNL Join Date 05/2013 +5 January 29, 2014 5:11:44 AM from Sins of a Solar Empire Forums Maybe your power supply fried the hard disks. (Happened to me once, Hard Drive Keeps Disappearing Windows 10 There are a few items that were not backup up.

Password Register FAQ / Rules Calendar Today's Posts Search Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go to Page... The time now is 08:45 PM. -- Mobile_Default -- TSF - v2.0 -- TSF - v1.0 Contact Us - Tech Support Forum - Site Map - Community Rules - Terms of Sometimes a drive isn't seated right...it's sitting at a slight angle or something weird that is causing it to turn off as a failsafe...one friend of mine had to tilt his It seems to have resolved the issues. How To Stop External Hard Drive From Sleeping Windows 10

When Windows restarts, the hard disk controller is re-enumerated and the transfer mode is reset to the default value for each device that is connected to the controller. In order to start asking questions or contribute on someone else's post you will first need to register. Point to note though, my dad also has an Asus board.. Only after a cold boot will Win 7 again recognize that 2nd drive.

rwpritchettApr 17, 2010, 10:04 PM Gigabyte boards here too.You shouldn't see a BSOD unless it's your boot drive that disappears, I believe. I already looked in the bluetooth software that installs with the driver, and I and couldn't find any feature that could help with this problem. [My mouse is the Microsoft 5000] It seems to have resolved the issues.

I put my HTPC to sleep last night.This morning I brought it out of S3 and my media drive was still there.

Ok, I'll grant that your setup as described probably warrants a larger than average PSU. I'm down toone secondary drive left. And I agree with the advice that a 7 year old PSU is likely due for replacement; at that age you're likely to start seeing things like capacitor failure. Overkill in a PSU means that it will run less efficiently, and thereby use more energy (== more heat, more noise, lesser device lifetime) than one better matched to the workload.

Quoting GFireflyE, reply 4My power supply is a 500W supply; easily able to handle my system needs. I didn't try because... 1) 2nd HDD just disappears. After restart of system second drive E:\ did not show up in Win XP,neither in explorer nor in disk management, in BIOS however all fine. Seems to suggest it could have been something else.

Forgot your password? Reason for Karma (Optional) Successfully updated karma reason! If you wake it up after a short period, the drive will be there. Join Date: Dec 2008 Location: Birmingham Uni / Somerset Posts: 2,113 Have you tried reverting to IDE mode?

My apologies. The problem seems to occur when the HTPC is in standby for a longer period... northumbria61 12:40 05 Oct 11 First thing to try - I think there may be some problem in your motherboard and hard-disk connection and that's why you are getting such type The PSU may have been 500 watts when new.

It detected all my motherboard components and they're working fine. All rights reserved. If you've resolved the issue, what was your solution? Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads

I did want to put the concept out here though, the more adept people might know right off. Generally speaking, a dying/faulty PSU is unlikely to just take out the HDDs. It turned out to be a bad sata cable. Is this a clean install with the new setup of Win 10?

Aargh. My BIOS defaults to IDE, where I've left it. Rescan in disk manager doesn't detect it either. I use the Microsoft AHCI drivers because the Intel ones do not pass TRIM commands to the SDD.

Going from IDE->AHCI is only possible if you jump through some hoops. Tossing a jumper in the right-most two pins reduces the transfer to only 1.5gig/s. Power and data cables are secure. And I was so hoping you had found a fix.