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Have Problem With ASmedia 106x after Updating Bios and upgrade to Win 10-1903

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2 years 2 months ago - 2 years 2 months ago #2295 by Warcraft
Hello people.

i have ryzen 1800x + MSI B350 Gaming Pro Carbon

actually i'm not sure if its bios problem or win10 new update 1903 problem or amd chipset driver problem !
because i did update these three options (bios 7B00v1JN(Beta version)+ amd chipset driver + win 10 build 1903) all together in one hour.
and after several restarts i realised two of my internal hard Drives (TOSHIBA 2TB+ Seagate 2TB)SATA 3&4 have known As Portable devices in taskbar.(they are both under ASmedia controler chip)
i checked into bios for Hot plug and i disabled them (didn't help)
and also i disabled (usb legacy) for all HDDs and SDD (didn't help either)


1-i'm seeing 3 SATA Controller via Device Manager Now !!!
2-for some reason SATA 3&4 Under ASmedia 106x SATA Controller have detected as External Devices in task bar.
3-SATA 1&2 which are under Msi b350 chip controller (detected normaly as internal drives)
4-what must i do to windows 10 Detects my HDDs as normal internal Devises ?
Last edit: 2 years 2 months ago by Warcraft.

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2 years 2 months ago #2296 by admin
Hi,
me too that does it to me and I think that this and normal


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2 years 2 months ago #2297 by Aleksey
Not sure, but try these. The new chipset driver installation with the function of a complete rewrite of the driver files. This will create a new initialization devices that are connected to the chipset.

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