SSD And HDD Wont spin up or show up in Bios

Hello! Just swapped case to Phanteks Luxe before i used Fractal all was working all my HDDs and SSDs now i swapped my case only one shows up the Samsung SSD With Windows on

I got one TB seagate 7200 RPM Not spining when i set power cord in but the same power cord om the Samsung, all HDD and SSDs are on the same Power cord from a Axi860 from corsair

I switched the power cord but got any luck to get them to run
I swapped the sata from the samsung over to the HDD And also the Power cord also nothing?

also tried to switch Sata cables to the HDD Or the SSD Not showing up

I also tried to switch sata in Motherboard no luck again

I hope someone could help i also updated bios no luck again Before i swap the case all SSDs and HDDs was working

Dead SSD and HDD? Or what? PLEASE HELP :c
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  1. When you switched cases, did you replug all your drives to where they were originally plugged into
  2. No i dont think so i tried to reset Mobo but no luck
  3. Jon Raun said:
    No i dont think so i tried to reset Mobo but no luck


    Try using another SATA cable to power your drives.
  4. Tried also and also switch to another Power cords the only one thats get power is the Samsung pro 256 GB SSD
  5. Jon Raun said:
    Tried also and also switch to another Power cords the only one thats get power is the Samsung pro 256 GB SSD


    So the HDD doesn't work if you only use one of the SATA cable for it and the other for the SSD?
    Did you check the pins on the HDD?
  6. I tried to take the same power cord and sata cable on the HDD Nothing happends bios dont detect the HDD No spin up or nothing tried to clean the pins nothing happend same with SSD
  7. What motherboard do you have?
    Can you plug that HDD into another pc and see if it will be recognised?
  8. I have asus Z97 Pro Wifi Ac i have read some about they updated the bios then it was working
    There is also Disable CMS and re enable it again

    I will tried later to plug it in to a laptop the SSD see if it recognised it
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