SSD showing in bios but not disk management or Device manager

i got a new crucial ssd 256GB after installing it in my current pc it wont show up in the disk management or the device manager but does show up in the bios
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  1. Nathan_113 said:
    i got a new crucial ssd 256GB after installing it in my current pc it wont show up in the disk management or the device manager but does show up in the bios


    BIOS but not Disk Management? Are you sure?
    Please post a screencap of your Disk Management.
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  2. USAFRet said:
    Nathan_113 said:
    i got a new crucial ssd 256GB after installing it in my current pc it wont show up in the disk management or the device manager but does show up in the bios


    BIOS but not Disk Management? Are you sure?
    Please post a screencap of your Disk Management.


    im not home right now so i cant do a picture but im 100% sure it is not there i had a buddy come look at it who works for a IT company and he was stumped you guys are my last hope
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  3. Well...when you do have access...

    Check the cables, and post a screencap of this.
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  4. USAFRet said:
    Well...when you do have access...

    Check the cables, and post a screencap of this.


    heres a picture of the disk management and i checked all cables everything is right
    https://imgur.com/a/SB2CV
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  5. Nathan_113 said:
    USAFRet said:
    Well...when you do have access...

    Check the cables, and post a screencap of this.


    heres a picture of the disk management and i checked all cables everything is right


    Redo your pic.
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  6. USAFRet said:
    Nathan_113 said:
    USAFRet said:
    Well...when you do have access...

    Check the cables, and post a screencap of this.


    heres a picture of the disk management and i checked all cables everything is right


    Redo your pic.



    https://imgur.com/a/SB2CV

    the drive it is showing is my HDD
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  7. And it appears in the BIOS?
    This is odd.
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  8. USAFRet said:
    And it appears in the BIOS?
    This is odd.

    yes it does i dont understand either could the ssd be faulty
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  9. Nathan_113 said:
    USAFRet said:
    And it appears in the BIOS?
    This is odd.

    yes it does i dont understand either could the ssd be faulty


    Highly unlikely.
    This condition survives through a reboot of the system?
    Reply to USAFRet
  10. USAFRet said:
    Nathan_113 said:
    USAFRet said:
    And it appears in the BIOS?
    This is odd.

    yes it does i dont understand either could the ssd be faulty


    Highly unlikely.
    This condition survives through a reboot of the system?

    yes i rebooted it multiple times
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  11. This is a SATA III drive?
    Try a different port on the motherboard.
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  12. USAFRet said:
    This is a SATA III drive?
    Try a different port on the motherboard.

    i did nothing changed maybe just fresh install windows 10 on it
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  13. Did you ever resolve this? I have the same problem.
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  14. Ogaburan said:
    Did you ever resolve this? I have the same problem.


    Yea just unhook your HDD and then partition it when it ask you to install windows 10 your gonna need a windows 10 USB or disk
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  15. I've had this problem:
    - SSD (samsung 850 evo) showing in BIOS, but NOT in Device Manager and NOT in Disk Management.

    Fix:
    - open Device Manager
    - expand IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers
    - right click on Standard SATA AHCI Controller, select Uninstall
    - reboot, after reboot drive shows up in Device Manager
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  16. Thank you soo much, this solution worked perfectly. As soon as I uninstalled all of the Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controllers and restarted everything appeared immediately following reboot. Awesome, Awesome, Awesome!!

    InanZen said:
    I've had this problem:
    - SSD (samsung 850 evo) showing in BIOS, but NOT in Device Manager and NOT in Disk Management.

    Fix:
    - open Device Manager
    - expand IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers
    - right click on Standard SATA AHCI Controller, select Uninstall
    - reboot, after reboot drive shows up in Device Manager
    Reply to bfpetersjr
  17. Nathan_113 said:
    Ogaburan said:
    Did you ever resolve this? I have the same problem.


    Yea just unhook your HDD and then partition it when it ask you to install windows 10 your gonna need a windows 10 USB or disk


    So did u reinstall windows completely then?
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