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Start your computer in BIOS and check if the HDD is detected over there. If no then you need to run a SMART test on the HDD or you need to reinstall the O/s. If the HDD is not detected then you need to reseat the HDD SATA/IDE cable after opening the cabinet. Check again in BIOS if the issue is not resolved then the HDD has gone bad.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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