Question about Lenovo 2349G9U - ThinkPad T430 2349 - Core i7 3520M / 2.9 GHz
Please try re-seating the hard drive.
If you look at the bottom of your laptop, along the edge there should be a screw larger then all the rest which holds a small panel. Remove this screw and panel. Remove the drive pulling lightly, with steady pressure, straight out. Place the drive back in and screw the panel back.
We had a lot of these issues, and they were often solved by just this manner alone.
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Posted on Oct 04, 2013
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