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looks like u've done most of the steps. put everything how it was, change the ram to the next availble slot. remove power, remove bios battery "like a watch battery" wait 10min and put back on and power on see what happens
I'll assume your using Windows.
I'll assume it's a USB drive.
I'll assume it is an external drive.
And I'll assume it's formatted as NTFS.
Try using the USB (or FireWire) port for anouther drive to see if that is the problem, if it is then reinstall the driver for the port, through the Computer Managment Concole (assuming yur using windows).
If you formatted the drive as FAT, re-format it as NTFS.
in order to set it to slave you first needs to make sure the cable that u hoodked up to the hard drive is the slave not secondary then boot the computer to the bios and then under the ide section section you need to ensure that the hard drive is recognized as primary slave it will show the hard drive as a primary or a secondary that will let you you that u have the cable hooked up to the harddrive right if not usee the other connector on the same cabel and repeat the bios settings i know it sounds hard but it really is not good luck !!!!
i would think it would support it....you have to make sure that the jumper on the back of the hard drive is set to master, if it is the main hard drive, or slave, if it is a secondary one...also, make sure you have the right cable to connect it with...if it is a SATA drive, you'll need an adapter to fit an IDE ribbon cable...if that is what your motherboard uses.