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Lacie Hard drive not recognized

My Lacie Hard drive 250gb is no longer recognized by my computer (Mac OSX),

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If your computer recognized the hard drive before you have installed your last operating sistem(s) that can be the problem. Your operating sistem or BIOS is not seeing your hard drive any more. Installing a new operating sistem is going to solve your problem but try another one, not the operating sistem you used until now.

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