Hi. I recently built a file server using an Asus ROG Crosshair VIII Hero motherboard. The seven drives that were installed show up in the correct order on the BIOS screen. But in Windows Disk Management the order is changed from 1-7 to 7, 6, 5, 1, 2, 3, 4. Is there a way to make the drive order shown in the BIOS match the drive order in Windows 10? Is my only option to physically swap the drives around until I get the order I want in Disk Management? (Meaning the BIOS order will be scrambled.) And if I do that, would it cause an issues in Windows? I assume drive letters won't change and Windows would simply re-detect the moved drives on their new SATA channels. But would it leave behind any junk in the registry referencing back to their original SATA positions that could cause any future problems? Any suggestions would be appreciated.