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Right now my pc has the 3.28 bios 08/27/04. It doesn't run microsoft xp. I have a HP Pavilion t730M. I installed a HD Samsung HA250JC. My PC doesn't recognize my new HD. Thanks

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Hard drive needs to be formatted first before it can be used then you can install xp on your drive

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