It’s not an error, just a warning. Copyright c Tweak Town Pty Ltd. Results 1 to 7 of 7. I would consider it an error when not one of my previous mobos, Asus, MSI, or Intel ever gave that ‘warning’ or ‘error’, regardless of a Sata device attached. Nanoxia Deep Silence I.
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How is that message an error, unless you have a drive connected to the ASMedia chipset? Results 1 to 7 of 7.
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This mobo is being returned, and I’m buying a mobo from Amsedia that actually fixes their errors. I disabled the Sata3 since I have no device attached and the error is gone. Mine doesn’t if I have the ASMedia controller enabled, but nothing connected to it.
This error goes back to at 1006xand still not fixed. That display can be disabled in my BIOS. If any question, please let me know. We receive spam notifications and will take immediate action!
If it finds any, they are listed, if not it displays none connected. OMG, can you imagine a USB controller, such as Intel’s, with 14 ports available, that are used with removable devices their intentwarning that devices are not connected?
It’s not an error, just a warning. Nanoxia Deep Silence I. Please report all spam threads, posts and suspicious members. When a DVD player is connected with a bootable disk in it it starts up from that disk if a HDD is connected bootable or not the PC starts building teh windows logo, but stops then and can only be switched of by disconnecting the power.
Copyright c Tweak Town Pty Ltd. No good manufacturer has their device search if there is none attached or if there is no power to the device, both reflecting the same device state of null. So how does the controller know if anything is connected to it if it doesn’t search for devices? The path of option: Asmedia’s driver was installed, the problem is the Sata 3 controller regardless sta there is a device connected or not, still searches, and gives you an error.
That’s a standard operation of a SATA controller, finding connected devices. Cooler Scythe Asmeeia 4.
I would consider it an error when not one of my previous mobos, Asus, MSI, or Intel ever gave that ‘warning’ or ‘error’, regardless of a Sata device attached. I figured the error out, no thanks to Asrock support.
The message of “Can’t find any device” won’t appear. The time now is There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. I am just glad I found a way around the error, now it is time to tweak the system.