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CANT CONNECT A 1TB SEAGATE 7200RPM HDD. oRIGINAL BIOS ON MOTHERBOARD

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The BIOS may not be able to support a hard drive of such a large capacity. Check the motherboard manufacture's WEB site to see what size hard disk the BIOS can support. There maybe a BIOS upgrade that will allow the motherboard to support larger hard disk capacity.

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1. You can't simply install a hard drive and then use it. You have to format it and/or install an operating system on it.

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Go to Start, right-click on My Computer icon and select Manage
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Click on Disk Management and you will notice all the disks (HDDs and any removable devices on your right column.

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(2) Note the Status of the drive
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hi all,i just had the same problem, heres how i fixed it.
in bios, check you settings
if using ide and sata, enable combo cable select
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if 1.5 insert jumper on back of HDD
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The Seagate drives are easy to identify, their model number ends in AS if it is a SATA drive, and just A if it is a PATA drive.

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750GB Seagate Hard Disk Drive IDE ATA100 7200rpm 16MB
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Both HDD`s are what i consider to be best in there range and very good value for money

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