|There could be a number of reasons for your problem. First is that you are attempting to use a RAID controller and only run ONE drive. That may not even be possible on your motherboard. |
Second is the SATA controllers on your board may be SATA I and you may be trying to use a SATA II hard drive. Sometimes this works automatically. Sometimes you must use a jumper on the hard drive to limit the drive to SATA I speed settings. Some hard drives are SATA II only and will not work on a SATA I controller at all.
Next is the 48 bit LBA issue. That refers to the ability of the BIOS to work with hard drives larger than 127/37GB. See the link below for more on that.
Finally is the BIOS settings. You need to carefully read the manual for your motherboard to determine if what you are trying is possible. If it is possible then you need to figure out what the settings need to be in the BIOS.