BIOS does not see the second HDD (I.norys 1TB 7200rpm 32MB INO-HDD1000S2-D1-7232 3.5 SATA 2)

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when I connect my other HDD (I.norys 1TB 7200rpm 32MB INO-HDD1000S2-D1-7232 3.5 SATA 2) bios it doesn't see it.
In the BIOS where the list of sata ports on the port where it is checked is missing.
however, Windows sees it as an unrecognized hard drive. The BIOS reflashed to the latest version but it didn't help.
Tried to format through Windows and create a new volume on that hard drive but there is an error.
 

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Please list all your hardware in detail. Especially important: Mainboard model, PSU model and age.

It's also possible that the HDD itself is defective. It has to show up in the BIOS first. If it's not listed in the BIOS (under System Status), you don't even have to check in Windows, it won't work properly.
 

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CPU: Intel Core i3-10105F (1 day)
Mainboard model: MSI H510M Pro (MS-7D22) (1 day)
PSU: Seasonic 750W FOCUS Gold (2-3 years)
HDD 1 (working) SAMSUNG HD160HJ (160 Гб, 7200 RPM, SATA-II) (+10 years)
HDD (before putting on this motherboard worker) I.norys 1TB 7200rpm 32MB INO-HDD1000S2-D1-7232 3.5 SATA 2 (3 years)
RAM x2 Goodram DDR4-2666 8192MB (1 day)
VGA Nvidia GT 730 (2-3 years)

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Could it be that the bios does not see the hard drive because the motherboard does not support it?
 

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Thanks. No SSD? You're missing out.

Could it be that the bios does not see the hard drive because the motherboard does not support it?
No. The SATA standard is universally compatible, plus your HDD is just a relabeled (and maybe recertified) WD, Seagate, Toshiba or HGST drive.

Try the other SATA ports, and try with a different SATA data cable and a different SATA power cable from the PSU.
 

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Thanks. No SSD? You're missing out.
no

Try the other SATA ports, and try with a different SATA data cable and a different SATA power cable from the PSU.
tried this method, but it did not work, even connected it to the working disk (Samsung), changed their places, the result is the same.

No. The SATA standard is universally compatible, plus your HDD is just a relabeled (and maybe recertified) WD, Seagate, Toshiba or HGST drive
I looked at the support site, there is a list of hard drives that are questionable with this motherboard then this firm was not there.
 

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Well, to me and a lot of other people, it's the #1 hardware innovation that brought the most perceived performance benefit for everyday use in the last 10-15 years. But ok, to each their own.

tried this method, but it did not work, even connected it to the working disk (Samsung), changed their places, the result is the same.
Can you test this HDD again on a different PC? I'm reading different Amazon reviews of i.norys HDDs and they are pretty negative. Normally i don't care much for user reviews, however, when a lot of them are overly negative, that raises some questions.

I looked at the support site, there is a list of hard drives that are questionable with this motherboard then this firm was not there.
You mean this? https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/H510M-PRO/support#hdd

That's the QVL list, it simply lists the parts that they tested together with this board. There are still thousands of other devices that will work just fine with it, because of the general compatibility and well-defined standards such as SATA. It's extremely unlikely that a HDD is straight-up incompatible.
 

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Well, to me and a lot of other people, it's the #1 hardware innovation that brought the most perceived performance benefit for everyday use in the last 10-15 years. But ok, to each their own.
Indeed. Upgrading from a regular HD to SSD will be the biggest performance boost you can give a PC. It's a much, MUCH more noticeable improvement than installing a more powerful processor or doubling/quadrupling the RAM. Plus SSDs are generally more robust than regular HDs, so less worries about data loss.

Your motherboard has 2 M.2 slots. Don't be stubborn, just buy a cheap 250GB or 500 GB Samsung M.2 card, you can find them for about $50 or so. It's going to be the best PC upgrade you ever bought in your life.
 
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