Lol! Oh you are a funny one.
It seems that I was able to fix it by pulling the motherboard battery. That was the only thing I was able to do. Restting the CMOS did not do anything. I did take the extra storage HDD out though, as I would rather just have my main system online. But I feel like this can be a big issue in the future when I put an additional 6 HDD's in there. So I know that this is not as issue with the SSD since pulling the battery did get it to show back up. I was able to put my overclock back on after pulling the battery and the SSD is still there. Does something change with the way the motherboard detect items in the SATA ports when you plug a new HDD in? I've never had something like this happen to me before. Almost makes me wish I could go back and get a different board now.
Edited by XiCynx - 9/5/12 at 11:56am