My Windows 7 PC started giving me Event ID 7001 errors a few days ago. Today, my PC started spontaneously shutting down making it hard for me to diagnose the 7001 errors. Now my PC won't boot at all.
When I try to boot, it seems like the Marvell controller on my SR-2 isn't detected. My boot drive (actually two WD SATA 6.0 drives in RAID 1 attached to the two internal SATA 6.0 ports) are not detected since the controller isn't even detected. I do still see the JMicron controller listed during the boot up. My BluRay drive (attached to one of the internal SATA II Ports) still works.
In the BIOS editor, in the SATA Configuration, "SATA#1 Configuration" is set to 'Compatible', and "SATA#2 Configuration" is set to 'Enhanced'. "Configure SATA#1 as" is set to 'IDE'.
The "SATA 3.0 Storage Controller" setting is 'Enabled'.
In the "Boot Device Priority" section of the BIOS, only my BluRay is listed as an option.
I have not done a BIOS update in a long time. That POST display on the MB is displaying 38, 39, or 40 (which I guess is the temperature of the MB)?
Is there anything I can/should do to trouble shoot or this (short of getting a new MB)?
<message edited by cpnet on Thursday, May 10, 2012 8:38 PM>