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Hard drive issue

Hi sir, when i start the computer i find some breaking sound is coming from my hard drive,my monitor displays windows did not find any hard drive.

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Oh, it found it, it's just broken. Hope you saved a backup file elsewhere.

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SOURCE: my hard drive is not displayed in my computer and

Sounds like a hard disk failure. You may need to take it to a samsung repair center to retrieve any data or replace on warrenty.

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