the board has one ATA controller that has one Primary and one Secondary IDE channels.
for some reason disabling the on-board SATA RAID controller did that.
here are two InfoTool screenshots. two HDs on the Primary IDE channel of the motherboard's ATA controller.
since the only difference to the system between taking these 2 screenshots is changing the SATA_en jumper on the motehrboard, i'm sure that has something to do with this weird thing.
i'm not sure it's a bug in InfoTool. possibly a bug in the BIOS ?
- motherboard's on-board SATA RAID controller disabled by a jumper
- InfoTool 3.PNG (22.35 KiB) Viewed 349 times
- motherboard's on-board SATA RAID controller enabled
- InfoTool 4.PNG (23.01 KiB) Viewed 349 times
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