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"PC hangs at auto-detect AHCI Drive ", My machine is configured to use AHCI mode. I was reinstalling Windows 7 Ultimate (due to O/S corruption) and everything was going fine until it had to reboot for the first time during setup. Machine turns on, and it goes to auto-detect AHCI 1 in post, which is my primary HDD (two month old WD Caviar 1TB Black edition). It would just sit at auto detect for as long as I would let it. Once a half-hour went by, I figured it wasn't going to detect. Here is what I've done: Swapped out Sata cables, still no go. Flashed Bios, still no go. Un-plugged all Sata devices except primary HDD, still no go. Tried different Sata channels on board, still no go. What is strange is if I configure the bios to not use AHCI and use IDE mode (which is the default), Windows 7 installs without issue. I installed HDTune and all criteria under health reports ok. I ran a benchmark using HDTach and numbers were where they should be. After the install, I tried rebooting and changing back to AHCI mode, however it still hangs at auto detecting the primary HDD. So I swapped the channel for my primary HDD to channel 3. I boot the PC and it auto-detects my other HDD and burner fine, however it hangs at auto detecting the new channel my primary HDD is on. Again, everything works like a charm if I have drives configured as IDE. I have been running the PC in AHCI mode since Feb and have not had any issue at all. I am at my whits end as to what may be wrong. How this happened makes no sense, nor how it functions fine in another mode. All hardware diags report the drive is fine. If the controller was shot, wouldn't it also fail to work in IDE mode as well?

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