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HP DV9200 series AMD Cant recognize new samsung 500 Gb hard drive, is there a boot able patch to run for BIOS currently have F.40 Bios.

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F.40 is the latest bios for this system (it just came out Aug 2008).

If you have one of the model that supports 2 drives and the problem is that it does not show up in windows, you probably don't have a bios problem.

Right click on My Computer - or just Computer if you have Vista
Select Manage
A Computer Mangerment windows will open.
Click on Disk Management
The attached drives will now appear on the right.
Do you see an unidentified drive, no drive letter etc?
Right click on it and initialize the drive, now create a partition and format the drive.
You can also assign it a drive letter.

Now you should be able to see the drive in My Computer (or Computer)

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