Windows 10: Updated Bios on Gigabyte MoBo -- lost 3 SATA ports

Discus and support Updated Bios on Gigabyte MoBo -- lost 3 SATA ports in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; I built my Intel i5 PC in 2010. The mobo is the Gigabyte GA-P55-USB3 "Ultra Durable"... After recently upgrading to Windows 10, I attempted to upgrade... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by Louisaz, Nov 11, 2015.

  1. Louisaz Win User

    Updated Bios on Gigabyte MoBo -- lost 3 SATA ports


    I built my Intel i5 PC in 2010. The mobo is the Gigabyte GA-P55-USB3 "Ultra Durable"... After recently upgrading to Windows 10, I attempted to upgrade my RAM from 4 to 8 GB. My mobo did not recognize the two available RAM slots. I decided (wrongly) to upgrade my 5+ year old BIOS. I foolishly used the Gigabyte program installed during the build to select the appropriate BIOS upgrade. BIG mistake. The BIOS had to be rolled back to the previous version but now I have 3 dead SATA connectors that cannot be used. My two internal HDs and my DVD/CD had to be moved to other SATA connectors. This mobo comes with a total of 8 SATA connectors. I am using 3 and 3 are dead. Yes, I can live with that -- HOWEVER, if the 3 dead connectors can be resurrected that is what I'd like to do. IF the dead connectors are not physically damaged, can they be repaired with a new driver or BIOS flash? I'm attaching a screen capture of my device manager details of the dead puppies. What is error code 10? Is part of the SATA controller damaged? All suggestions will be appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Louis
    Updated Bios on Gigabyte MoBo -- lost 3 SATA ports [​IMG]


    :)
     
    Louisaz, Nov 11, 2015
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  2. J.DD Win User

    Error: 0xC1900101 - 0x20017, 0xC1900101 - 0x4000D and :Inaccessible Boot Device" after installing Windows 10 on SATA and RAID devices

    That inaccessible boot device is related to the sata drivers.

    It will also happen, if you have XP (if you had it on IDE mode), when you installed XP then changed to it AHCI in the BIOS after.

    You'll get a 0x7b stop error, which means it cant find the hdd (which basically means inaccessible boot device)

    What was it on in the BIOS, when you installed windows? RAID?AHCI?

    The SATA ports on the mobo. Are the hdd's on the right ports?

    Because I think some of the ports are Marvell sata ports.

    Since, there are Marvell sata drivers on the ASUS site for this mobo
     
  3. Motherboard driver issue

    I am using windows 10 pro, My mobo is Gigabyte H61M-S2P. Unfortunately i have lost my mobo driver CD and i couldn't find any working driver in gigabyte site, my question is will windows 10 automatically download all the drivers of mobo( Bios, chipset,
    network etc) by itself. or should i use third party software. TIA

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    Akibamarth, Nov 11, 2015
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  4. JohnC Win User

    Updated Bios on Gigabyte MoBo -- lost 3 SATA ports

    I see the yellow triangles on your screen shot. Have you tried updating the drivers from the driver tab?
     
    JohnC, Nov 11, 2015
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  5. Louisaz Win User
    John, I have not. I got into this mess attempting to update my BIOS. I assumed that Gigabyte and not Microsoft would have the updates for the SATA controller. But I'm no expert. If you think this will fix the problem, I will give it a shot.

    Let me know and I'll do it tonight.

    Thanks,

    Louis
     
    Louisaz, Nov 11, 2015
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  6. JohnC Win User
    That is what the yellow triangles tell me that your drivers need updating. Click on the driver tab in your screen shot.(the ATA channel 0 properties). click on update driver and then do the other one. See if it works. It should take care of your problem.
     
    JohnC, Nov 11, 2015
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  7. Louisaz Win User
    I tried it. No such luck. It says I have the best driver for the device. Any other thoughts?
    Thanks...

    Updated Bios on Gigabyte MoBo -- lost 3 SATA ports [​IMG]
     
    Louisaz, Nov 11, 2015
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  8. spapakons Win User

    Updated Bios on Gigabyte MoBo -- lost 3 SATA ports

    Download the latest chipset driver. Then delete any non working device in Device Manager. Run the setup of the chipset as Administrator. This will renew the relevant drivers so at next restart the controllers should be detected and working.
     
    spapakons, Nov 11, 2015
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  9. Louisaz Win User
    I've taken this bad boy to the computer repair shop in our community. The technician believes it a BIOS problem and will be installing the appropriate BIOS. I read him your reply. Thanks for your reply.

    Louis
     
    Louisaz, Apr 5, 2018
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