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post #3911 of 6656
Okay, so I have a odd problem and hope someone has a solution.

I had a 1TB HDD in port 4 ((F:), and it was disappearing every now and then (not listed in device manager anymore), so I was running low on space anyway so I got a 2TB to replace it and then moved that 1TB to port 5 (G:) and put the new one in port 4 so all was well......

However now the same thing is happening to a different hdd (aslo a 1TB) but it is in port 3 (E:)..

I tried updating both controller drivers but short of that I am not sure.

I should mention to get the HDD to reappear all you need to do is scan for hardware changes in device manager.

Config was this;
C: SSD
E: 1TB number 1
F: 1TB number 2 (was disappearing)
G: 500GB

and now is this;
C:SSD
E: 1TB number 1 (is now the one disappearing)
F: 2TB (new drive)
G: 1TB number 2 (is perfect,not disappearing at all)
H: 500GB

I should mention that it really only happens once ever 2days, some times 2-3times in a row (over 30min)
Edited by foX2delta777 - 10/18/12 at 10:20pm
post #3912 of 6656
Which SATA ports do you have your drives plugged into? What bios are you running?
post #3913 of 6656
Okay so here's the layout

Before;
C (SSD) disk 0 port 1 (Intel)
E (1TB number 1) disk 1 port 4 (intel)
F (1TB number 2, one with original problems) disk 2 port 5 (intel)
G (500GB) disk 3 port M1 (Marvell)

and after
C disk 0 port 1 (Intel)
E (1TB number 1 (now with problems) disk 1 port 4 (intel)
F (2TB) disk 2 port 5 (intel)
G (1TB Number 2) disk 3 port M1 (Marvell)
H disk 4 port M2 (Marvell)

So yeah, problem has only shown on the intel controller and its appeared on different ports.

Oh and the bios is F9o I think
Edited by foX2delta777 - 10/19/12 at 6:13am
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maybe t is going to sleep or something. Did you try using marvell ports instead?
Deff update the BIOS as it will update the firmware i think for the SATA controllers.
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maybe t is going to sleep or something. Did you try using marvell ports instead?
Deff update the BIOS as it will update the firmware i think for the SATA controllers.

Any bios you suggest I install? Latest one on tweak or gigabyte?

Have not yet tested the other ports but will update the drivers now and test for a while.

Will take a while cause the problem is mostly random.

Thanks.
post #3916 of 6656
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Download and unpack F15t, no CPU microcode update at all. Don't known what's the changes.
Interesting. Basically I can't see any difference between it and F14 from a user point of view, so I don't know what they did either. I'm using a modded BIOS with the latest Intel RAID ROM added and it appears to be working well, so I guess I'll just leave it unless/until I see any problems. Haven't got around to overclocking yet since I've been working on other parts of a mostly new build (new except mobo and cpu).
post #3917 of 6656
I'm running the f15t bios. I really can't see any difference.

edit: I'm such a dummy. I did notice notice a difference in this bios. The mouse control is now no longer inverted, it's a heck of a lot easier to move around in the uefi(sp?)
Edited by h2on0 - 10/21/12 at 11:07pm
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Hi boys, I'm new here. I have a little problem that is bodering me. I tried to overclock my i5 3570k with Z77 UD3H mobo, but it was not very stable at 4.4ghz and 1.35v . Windows is booting, but wnen testing with Prime some aplications starts to crash and somethimes restarts. I was looking this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxCPyF-1tTc and I was shocked to see that this guy's vcore on stock (auto) is shown as 1.100v while mine is 1.270v. IS IT NORMAL, because I think that might be a problem, what you think? Somebody else with the same config i5 3570k and UD3H?
post #3919 of 6656
Guys with f15t, specially Samsung green users...can you test for ram overclocking improvements? Wonder if there're any...
post #3920 of 6656
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Hi boys, I'm new here. I have a little problem that is bodering me. I tried to overclock my i5 3570k with Z77 UD3H mobo, but it was not very stable at 4.4ghz and 1.35v . Windows is booting, but wnen testing with Prime some aplications starts to crash and somethimes restarts. I was looking this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxCPyF-1tTc and I was shocked to see that this guy's vcore on stock (auto) is shown as 1.100v while mine is 1.270v. IS IT NORMAL, because I think that might be a problem, what you think? Somebody else with the same config i5 3570k and UD3H?

What's your LLC?

That might be normal, I need 1.32v for 4.4 Ghz and 1.36v for 4.5 Ghz. It all depends on how lucky you are with your chip.
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