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My computer stopped suddenly and did not detect hard disk

After booting cpu did not detect the hard disk
I opened bios setup to set bios to detect hard disk automatically
but failed Hi i am also having the same problem. i cannot even detect my hard disk in my bios menu. but i checked thorougly my connections inside the CPU, it is all correct what can i do?

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  • killersmile Dec 28, 2008

    Hi guys I'm also experiencing the same problem.

    In my PC it states that:

    Primary Master: None
    Primary Slave:
    Secondary Master: None
    Secondary Slave: None

    Primary slave hard disk fail


    Guys can anyone help me to solve this problem. I really needed my computer.

    It's very functional before and never encountered this problem just now.

    Any response will be appreciated.

    Thank you


  • Anonymous Jan 03, 2009

    cpu didnot detect hard disk. it shown
    primary slave = none
    primary master = none
    secondary slave = none
    secondary master = none
    Pls. help me how can i solve this.


  • Anonymous Apr 29, 2009

    My CPU cannot detect the hard disk in my bios menu. 

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Restart your cmos by removing the battery on your motherboard and if that doesn't work update your bios.

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