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could use some help here:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1244487/cant-get-asus-p8z68-v-lx-to-recognize-any-hard-drives-in-bios-for-windows-7-install#post_17001248

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post #6992 of 9343
Here is my bios screen. I've 4 disks but I see only 2 ?

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I did use 8 and 9

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Is there a problem with this board?
post #6993 of 9343
Check and make sure your Marvel and Intel SATA controllers are enabled. I had a similar issue.
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Yeah, especially check the marvel, those are labeled 8. I think the ports on 10 are native though, so if you switch to those (light gray), you'll be on the native support and be able to turn off marvel, which causes a screen to load on boot, then it kinda jumps back. It will load the asus screen, marvel screen, then back to the asus, then into windows. If you turn off the marvel, you can avoid this and get a little bit faster boot.
post #6995 of 9343
I never seen any marvel etc. when opening. And yes Marvel eneabled on bios. I see like this;

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and bootup options

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Ant the other thing; my system disk is marked one and I know I did conect to number 9 port

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I can't see it on bios.

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So this shows marvewl or Intel!?
Edited by DJ_OXyGeNe_8 - 4/17/12 at 9:41am
post #6996 of 9343
And what are these OPROM things? Should I set to disabed or enabled?

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post #6997 of 9343
Enable the OPROM for Marvell, Disable JMB storage controller if your not using it

Make sure your Intel SATA is set too AHCI, not sure why your using IDE
Edited by garikfox - 4/17/12 at 11:12am
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No It's AHCI, just for screen shot.
post #6999 of 9343
Ok, Everything looks fine to me, Just enable the OPROM for Marvell this will show you the controller status at bootup.

What problems were you having ? I dont see a problem with your pictures.
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post #7000 of 9343
Quote:
Just enable the OPROM for Marvell this will show you the controller status at bootup.

But I can't see anything about Marvell on bootup!?? In normally, when bootup I must see 4 HDD right? I just see 2 HDD. I mean this picture

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and found the Marvell ones in bootup menu. And there is an option called " Drive expert" for super speed.

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But says "if you choose, all data will be destroyed"
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