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Hard drive not recognized

I have 4 SAS 15k drives and a HP SE1101 server, none of the drives are recognized by the server. I've tried putting the hard drives in 1 by 1 in different slots, they are never recognized in the bios. I'm not sure what could be wrong other than the strip they are connected to could be faulty as I cannot find any information on this server, it seems very odd that an HP server has so little information available..

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Hi,
If You are only one HDD connect then you make primary HDD jumper slot sat. And right direction data cable sat. And connect motherboard port proper.

Open Bios and check it HDD driver detect or not. If detect ok if problem then change data cable and power cable. Some diagnosis your problem solved.

Thanks..

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