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Inspiron 6000 HDD relacement problem

Hi, I just bought a replacement 160GB hdd for my laptop. When I installed it and try to load OS on it I get the following message:
internal hard disk not found. Please advice

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Please contact dell support on 18006249896 coz it could also be a problem with the MB

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