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Bios not detecting bootable harddisk

I have two sata hard disks installed in my pc one is 160gb hitachi and second is seagate 500gb windows xo pro service pack2 installed bootable harddisk with core2duo 2.2 cpu.after having fresh reinstallation of xp bios giving error ntldr is missing press ctr+alt+del to restart and not detecting 500gb bootable disk.please help me to solve the problem and recover my valuable data from it.thanks

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