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Its likely that Seatools does not work when SATA ports are set to AHCI or RAID so you would have to change it in the BIOS to IDE to use Seatools and back to what ever it was set to after.
That is true.
I had ment to mention that the systems had been set to IDE as the drives don't even show up under RAID or AHCI. Another thought I had was it might be the mount of memory in the system, however having dropped my current test system down to 2GB it still exibits the issue.