Question about Hitachi (5k250-160) 160 GB SATA Hard Drive
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
File on disk maybe bad. Try this website: http://www.mes.cbs.dk/~sttt/readme.txt and http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Network/2963/files.html
Posted on Jun 23, 2007
hi i bought a 500gb samsung harddrive thinking to install it into my dimension 5000 but i was missing a data cable. i went to dell to ask about where i could find one and they told me that my dimension 5000 wouldnt support a 500gb harddrive. the max apparently is 400gb... if you have managed to get it to work however. please report back.
Posted on Jan 23, 2008
SOURCE: Dell Dimension 5000
please reset the bios..on dell logo..press f2..press num lock, caps lock ,scroll lock so that all three are on. press alt e
press alt f
select the option that says
save changes and exit
your hdd should get detected.
please post back if it does not work so that i can check out fir further options
Posted on May 04, 2008
i want to register a complaint for hard disk drive
Model No. : HDS721616PLA380
cAPACITY ; 160 GB
ADDRESS ; 104, 1/50, GANGA APPARTMENT, LALITA PARK, LAXMI NAGAR, DELHI-110092.
PH. 9899970450, 9868270450, 99999073373
ASRAR ALAM AZAD (PROPRIETOR)
SAURAV CHATTERJEE (EXECUTIVE)
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
I would tend to agree that if the ports are set to autodetect it would suggest that they are looking for drives, but go through every item in your bios just to make sure that there isn't some obscure spot where the port is turned off.
If your bios is not detecting a drive your o/s is not going to find it either, and Linux will likely have the driver it needs when you go to load it. What's more, if it doesn't, you're rather hosed until it does.
If everything looks right after checking and rechecking and sleeping on it and checking again, but your bios still won't find the drive, take the drive back and get it replaced.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
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