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I am installing a new hard drive on NP-Q1/600 and I am receiving an Error Code 0200 Failure Fix Disk. I can see the disk in the bios.

I purchased a new Toshiba 1.8" PATA ZIF 60GB Mk6028GAL Hard Disk Drive for my unit. When I powered up the system, I get an Error 0200. I can see the drive in the bios but when I attempt to install windows xp I can only see a small partition but when I attempt to Windows 7, I can only see the entire drive but windows can't install on this disk...Can anyone help me. I've been working on this issue for over 5 hours...thanks

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