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Bios doesnt show sata drive

Ive installed a new sata drive, but am battling to get the bios to recognise it, somehow i also managed to clone my ide drive to the sata but i cant boot from it, how do i get it to boot thanks
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Remove the cmos battery and clear the cmos memory using jumper(it presents near cmos battery ,refer manual of motherboard)
restart the pc-now cmos setting screen appearce
save the bios settings usin F10 or refer onscreen
shutt down the pc ,reset the battery and jumper in original place
start the pc
now try
regards
prasanna

Posted on Mar 06, 2008

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