When I launch seatools for dos, the program doesn't recognized the disk at all, so I try installing an OS on the drive, and everything seems to work well, so I think the disk it's ok.
Does somebody know, why this happen ? Can it be due to a chipset not supported from seatools for dos, or to the sata3, that is not completely supported from the actual version of seatools?
Any ideas is welcome. Thanks.