Question about Lenovo ThinkPad R61 Notebook
Ensure it is properly plugged in. On boot-up press "Set-up" key (usually "F2" or "Del" or some other key. Ensure the BIOS sees the drive. If it does not, then you have a hardware problem. Most likely the drive is not making proper connection. Remove and re-install it. These connections can deteriorate through time, especially if you are continually removing the drive to insert a floppy or some other drive.
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