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I could not hardisk detect on pc when decting hardisk,please boot another disk

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Check that the "data" and "power" cables to the disk-drive are fully-connected to the disk-drive.

Check that the "data" cable is fully-connected to the motherboard.

Enter BIOS SETUP, and check that the motherboard has detected the disk-drive.

Otherwise, your disk-drive has "died", and must be replaced.

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Kindly Try this:
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