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Try to detached your sata cable and try to check the connector using multitester if the output is 12 volts . if you dont have multitester, replace your sata cable.




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At first check data and power cable if it is OK then use disk manager software if it is not work then try for low label formatting.

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SOURCE: Seagate 20GB SATA hard disk not detected

Ok, look at the hard disks circuit board, look for rust or something suspicious.

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SOURCE: hard disk not detected in bios

yes get another pc that has a hardisk. then make your disk slave and install it on that pc. you'll recover your data

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