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The easiest way is to use an external bootable drive either USB, FireWire or Thunderbolt to boot your system. Once you have it running go to > About This Mac > System Report - click on SATA/SATA Express to get a listing on your SATA Ports.
 
Let’s assume each drive you have is a different manufacture and/or size you should be able to identify each and then looking at the SATA speeds identify the optical drives SATA II port. TheThen you only need to worry about the other two SATA III ports.
Let’s assume each drive you have is a different manufacture and/or size you should be able to identify each and then looking at the SATA speeds identify the optical drives SATA II port. TheThen you only need to worry about the other two SATA III ports.
 
'''As far as your problem:''' Each SATA port is able to be booted from as long as you either set it in EFI or over-rode it using the '''Option (⌥)'''  key to get to the Startup Manager.
 
I’m suspecting the drives SATA connection is messed up! Here’s the port layout:
 
[image|2074557]
 
Now looking down locate the PCH heat sink The visible Left connector is the Spare SATA and just behind it is it’s power cable. On the Right is the HDD power and just below a a bit more to the right is the SATA port.
 
You’ll note the SATA port connectors are not all the same! The Spare has 4 pins, the ODD has 5 and the HDD has 7. Did you force the wrong cable into the wrong connector?

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Editado por: Dan ,

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The easiest way is to use an external bootable drive either USB, FireWire or Thunderbolt to boot your system. Once you have it running go to > About This Mac > System Report - click on SATA/SATA Express to get a listing on your SATA Ports.
 
Let’s assume each drive you have is a different manufacture and/or size you should be able to identify each and then looking at the SATA speeds identify the optical drives SATA II port. The you only need to worry about the other two SATA III ports.
 
'''As far as your problem:''' Each SATA port is able to be booted from as long as you either set it in EFI or over-rode it using the '''Option (⌥)'''  key to get to the Startup Manager.
 
I’m suspecting the drives powerSATA connection is messed up! Here’s the port layout:
I’m suspecting the drives powerSATA connection is messed up! Here’s the port layout:
 
[image|2074557]
 
Now looking down locate the PCH heat sink The visible Left connector is the Spare SATA and just behind it is it’s power cable. On the Right is the HDD power and just below a a bit more to the right is the SATA port.
 
You’ll note the SATA port connectors are not all the same! The Spare has 4 pins, the ODD has 5 and the HDD has 7. Did you force the wrong cable into the wrong connector?

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Aporte original por: Dan ,

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The easiest way is to use an external bootable drive either USB, FireWire or Thunderbolt to boot your system. Once you have it running go to > About This Mac > System Report - click on SATA/SATA Express to get a listing on your SATA Ports.

Let’s assume each drive you have is a different manufacture and/or size you should be able to identify each and then looking at the SATA speeds identify the optical drives SATA II  port. The you only need to worry about the other two SATA III ports.

'''As far as your problem:''' Each SATA port is able to be booted from as long as you either set it in EFI or over-rode it using the '''Option (⌥)'''  key to get to the Startup Manager.

I’m suspecting the drives power connection is messed up! Here’s the port layout:

[image|2074557]

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