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At first I had a Smart Drive Failure so I changed my Harddrive and now it say no hard drive detected could it be the Ide cable

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  • Tim Swiercinsky May 11, 2010

    Is Auto detect set in your bios for HDD?

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Yes it could they do fial normally at the connectors try replacing with the right ide cable. then if it does not work make sure the jumper on the drive is set to master.

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What happen if i dont put jumper in a hard a hard drive?


If you don't put jumper in harddrive is detects it as cable select means if you connect your harddrive to middle socket of ide cable and then it detects it as slave but if you connect it at the end of ide cable it detects as slave.But make sure that otehr device is not set as master only 1 device is set as master or slave .
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Tried to boot the computer in bios. Check if the harddrive is detected in bios. If not detected. Shut down the system,take out the power cable.open the tower and disconnected the hdd IDE cable and connect it to a differnet IDE port. Restart the system and boot in bios check if hdd detected. If still not detected possible issue with hdd. Try connecting on different computer if still issue persist replace Harddrive.

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Will not detected any ide hard drives


hELLO THERE:
YOU NEED TO VERIFY THAT THE RIBBON CABLE IS PROPERLY INSERTED INTO THE MOTHERBOARD AND TO THE HARDDRIVE THERE SHOULD BE A RED STRIP ON THE RIBBON THIS GOES TO THE #1 PIN ON THE BOARD AND THE DRIVE. ALSO IF YOUR DVD DRIVE IS OPERATING SIMPLY UNPLUG THE CABLE FROM THE DRIVE AND TRY IT ON THE HARDDRIVE AND REBOOT TO BIOS AND GO TO THE HARDDRIVE SECTION TO SEE IF YOU HAVE ANY HARDDRIVE SHOWING UP NOW. THIS WILL POSITIVLY TELL YOU IF THE OTHER CABLE MIGHT NOT BE ATTACHED PROPERLY, OK? IF SO JUST MAKE THE NECESSARY CHANGES AND THAN REBOOT.
BEST REGARDS MIKE

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If the bios is showing no ide, means that your ide hard drive is not being detected.
This can be caused by some motherboard failure, some bad cable connection or caddie connection or bad hard drive.

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When you turn the computer on it says SMART Failer predicted on hard disk 0: HTS54108G9SA00-(S1)


S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology) is a diagnostic method originally developed by IBM that at that time referred to as "Predictive Failure Analysis". This technology was developed for IBM mainframe drives to give advanced warning of drive failures. Based on this diagnostic, Compaq announced IntelliSafeTM, which was submitted to the ATA/IDE standards committees and the resulting standard was named S.M.A.R.T.
S.M.A.R.T. analyzes many of the mechanical attributes; over time, some failures can be predicted by detecting if the hard disk drive is moving out of tolerance. While the S.M.A.R.T. technology can detect upcoming issues, not all hard drive failures are predictable.


All this means on most modern drives is the hard drive is coming close to the maximum tolerances

I usually switch off in the bios smart monitoring.

This system is trying to predict a possible failure, which may or may not occur..

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Hard Drive detects immenent failure.


If this is a brand new hard drive from a store return it for a new one. Hard drives have a built in feature called SMART. For some reason the SMART function is reading that there is something very wrong with the drive. If you have more than one hard drive installed on the system make sure SMART is detecting it on the new drive and not the older ones by unplugging the other drives from the motherboard.

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