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My bios doesn't recognize my hard drive

I have seagate barruda 7200.7 ata hard drive .I connected cable and boot my pc but bios does not detect hard drive

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Do the neccesary jumper cable settings. then manually detect it through your bios. If not detected, try to replace the ide cable. if still not detected, try to feel the hard drive if it spins, if not, the had drive is damage.

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