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Bought a new dell lapop hard drive and it won't pick it up why?

Wat do i do to get my dell laptop to pick up new hard drie?

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    Nat Miller May 11, 2010

    Did the new hard drive come with a windows operating system on it (XP or Vista)?

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Was it replaced by dell .. did they preload the OS on it for you .. usually not .. you have to reload your OS on it . using the CD's that came with the laptop

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