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Try replacing the HDD cable & check jumpers on HDD on right mode (Primary/secondary/cable-select.
If above is ok. Go to your bios setup & check whether it is detected there. try loading Bios defaults.
Hope above helps.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
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