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I transfer my hd to an external case and now doesnt reconigze it

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If you transferred you C: drive, the computer won't boot. if not, then you might have the pin setting on the drive set as a slave. you need to set it to master. on the end where you plugged in the power and data cable, their should be a small jumper. check either on the sticker or on the plastic around the jumper. move the jumper to the appropriate spot then plug the enclosure into the computer and the wall if it needs power.
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