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Internal SATA HDDs not showing up in ML

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Hello all,

 

I upgraded my Lion install to ML, everything is fine EXCEPT my other internal SATA drives are no longer showing up. I installed IOAHCIBlockStorageInjector kext, but still no luck. I have 4 drives, 2 don't show up in ML:

 

80GB Intel SSD - ML boot - shows up

120GB OCZ SSD - Windows - shows up

1TB SATA HDD - HFS storage - DOESN'T SHOW UP IN ML

500GB SATA HDD - CCC'd 10.7 install (boots fine) - DOESN'T SHOW UP IN ML

 

The drives don't even show up in Disk Utility or diskutil via the command line. I've never had an issue with non-boot drives showing up on this hardware build since 10.5, so I'm not sure what is going on.

 

I can boot into my CCC cloned disk on the 500GB drive, my old 10.7 Lion install, and see drives just fine.

 

Any ideas? Thanks!

 

Cotton

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Got the same problem

 

Only my Drive 1 SSD 120gb is recognized (3 partitions part 1 Lion, part 2 Mountain Lion, part 3 Windows 8)

 

Drive 2 WD 2tb not recognized

Drive 3 WD 2tb not recognized

Drive 4 Samsung 1tb not recognized

Drive 5 Samsung 1tb not recognized

 

couldn't get the others to be recognized

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the ahci from ML seems more picky.. have to use older files from lion

 

also in your sig

1 has problems no USB after wake from sleep

 

try disabling USB3 in bios

 

and in dsdt editor try the ahci orange icon fix. it injects device id 2681 ESB2

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No problems here. Intel ICH8 for both internal disks and JMicron 363 for the hot-swap bay and eSATA. I'm using the vanilla kexts and the ESB2 SATA fix in DSDT, no patched or old Lion kexts.

 

I clean-installed ML but previously I upgraded SL to Lion with this same set-up and everything kept working. If you're using any modded kexts try removing them and use a DSDT patch instead.

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They say wd's sata disks has function called puis which is disabled by default.

You can enable that function by jumper setting or by software. but unless bios supports that function,

system can't recognize those disks because disk is not spinning.

I don't know whether this problem is related to this or not

but I guess ML somehow enables that function .I'm not sure though.

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Hello all,

 

I upgraded my Lion install to ML, everything is fine EXCEPT my other internal SATA drives are no longer showing up. I installed IOAHCIBlockStorageInjector kext, but still no luck. I have 4 drives, 2 don't show up in ML:

 

80GB Intel SSD - ML boot - shows up

120GB OCZ SSD - Windows - shows up

1TB SATA HDD - HFS storage - DOESN'T SHOW UP IN ML

500GB SATA HDD - CCC'd 10.7 install (boots fine) - DOESN'T SHOW UP IN ML

 

The drives don't even show up in Disk Utility or diskutil via the command line. I've never had an issue with non-boot drives showing up on this hardware build since 10.5, so I'm not sure what is going on.

 

I can boot into my CCC cloned disk on the 500GB drive, my old 10.7 Lion install, and see drives just fine.

 

Any ideas? Thanks!

 

Cotton

use platformuuid.kext add your uuid installed.after restat worked.

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use platformuuid.kext add your uuid installed.after restat worked.

now that u mention uuid.. ive seen uuid methods in dsdt lately. if { } else return..

wonder if thats related.

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