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Hardisk not detected

My pc is not detecting ide hardisk, even i swap the data cable of cdrom from hardisk, yet cdrom is only detected. I have ecs l7vmm2 motherboard attached with 1.6 ghz amd duron, and 2 128 mb pc266 ram, with builtin video. what could be the possible problem and repair for that?

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  • jayzone84 Oct 19, 2008

    its still not yet fix, my jumper drive is set to master, its already at primary ide controller and bios enabled, still not working, i think only 2 things which is the source of problem either power supply or motherboard. but its still not sure. when i try to run fdisk it cant detect hardisk so it restart all over, i swap the hardisk from another harddisk, even the power cord. yet still no harddisk found.

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Is this the only HD in your system? If so, make sure the jumper on the drive is set to Master. Also make sure you use the Primary IDE controller. Make sure the IDE controller is enabled in the BIOS also.

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