Question about Western Digital Caviar SE WD1600AAJS 160 GB SATA Hard Drive
First things first .....check for power cable and data cable and make
sure they are not tampered or damaged now move to next step>>>
kindly remove all jumpers in HDD now go to
Control panel>Administrative tool>Computer management>Disk management
you can see the disk here and change settings accordingly like assigning path and drive letter if this does not work
then just see that is it recognized in device manager as unrecognized device then update driver for HDD even now if the problem persists
KIndly consult the manufacturer
Thanks And Regards
Posted on May 13, 2009
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