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This seems to be the most prolem with some of the harddisk now a days, try accessing the bios settings if the harddisk is detected by the system then the problem is from data cable (i.e. IDE Cable, SCSI or SATA Cable) which ever one you have as your connector try changing it see what will happen. And if the system is not seeing the harddisk from the bios settings this means the harddisk is not recognised by the bios which will not be display by the operating system. Try removing the cables (power and data cable) reconect them back again power on, access Bios, which is good to get connected. if not try resetting the bios to default set ide to auto detect.
Posted on Mar 18, 2008
Just try resetting the BIOS and check if it works.
You need to access BIOS screen and most of the computers has F% key is assigned for Loading the Dedault Settings. After F5 key you need to press the F10 key to save the settings and exit from the BIOS.
Hope this helps!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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