The SATA BIOS Error of Windows 7 also Occurred in Windows 11
Despite being the world’s largest software company, Microsoft has yet to fully stabilize its latest operating system, Windows 11, which has been on the market for about a year and a half. Although we know when Windows 10 will be discontinued, it is still difficult to say that Windows 11 is the most widespread and stable Microsoft operating system. Microsoft has finally admitted to a error that has been plaguing many users. According to the announcement made by Microsoft, the SATA BIOS (Serial Advanced Technology Attachment) error, which is present in Windows 7, 8, and 10, can still be encountered in Windows 11, whether you use an HDD or an SSD. As you know, when you connect an external memory device to a Windows computer, a USB icon appears on the taskbar. The SATA BIOS error may cause the HDD or SSD, which is even loaded into the operating system, to be recognized as a removable storage device, i.e., an external memory device. Although this may seem like a minor error at first glance, it can even cause you to lose the data on your SSD or HDD. Microsoft initially recommends that you check whether any BIOS updates have been released for your motherboard. If there are no updates available, the steps you need to take are as follows: You can access Microsoft’s help article on the subject by clicking here.