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Samsung R65 HDD not detected in bios

Samsung R65 Bios can't see hdd. It see only cdrom but not hdd. Hdd is 100% good. I tried it with usb cable on another laptop and it works fine. Is it possible to fix or it's mean that mother board is faulty?

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Chances are that your HDD is on it's way out the door; even if you get it to come up on another computers via USB adapter. There could be issues with your motherboard, but a faulty HDD is more likely. The only way to be sure is to put another HDD into your computer to see if it shows up or not. If it shows up, then that pretty much affirms that your current HDD is going bad. See MADHATTER COMPUTERS.

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