Updating a sony bios after a new power supply
Did you accidentally bump one of the wires or cables inside your computer while you were installing your modules?
If installed properly, the clips on the side of module should snap into place on their own and a thin portion of the gold pins — 1/16th of an inch or less — should be visible (about the width of a line of pencil drawn on a piece of paper). It could be your operating system, because there's a maximum amount of memory that a Windows-based operating system (OS) can accept. We get multiple calls about memory not working when the computer just needs to be plugged in!
IF there is no standalone SATA driver, then you need to install the chipset drivers which contain that and other system devices.
Yesterday I decided to upgrade my firmware to address noisy fan etc.
Is your computer having trouble recognizing your new memory upgrade? Most of the time, memory installation problems can be easily resolved with one of the following solutions.
Make sure the notches in your module are lined up with the keys in the slot, then press down using 20 to 30 pounds of pressure.I can hear it spin when I boot the PC but it doesn't appear in BIOS or in Disk Management.