Question about Samsung (MP0804H) 80 GB Hard Drive
My PC cant recognise my new samsang 160gig harddrive...
Assuming you set it as slave or cable select as required by the motherboard, you have to first get the bios to recognise it press F2 or Del on boot up to enter cmos and then there should be an option to auto detect drives, save settings for a re boot. When in windows, right click on my computer icon and select manage>disk management and then your drives will be listed, right click on the slave drive and select format or set as active and it will then show, but only 137GB may show depending on the bios version.
Posted on Oct 03, 2007
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