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HARD DRIVE is not detected

I have a HP laptop when start the problem the display show that hard drive need to be tested and after completed I can see first windows screen but never start up I see screen with safe mode but it's not start it frozen when I tried a windows XP recovery CD, it's says not Hard drive detected and run BIOS and it's not hard drive detected. Hard drive model seagate HP # 395292-003

May I recovery this hard drive? or I need to buy a new Hard drive?

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  • Anonymous Jul 12, 2008

    just disable the SATA device in your bios and your HDD will be recognized.

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Yes, problem with hdd you need to buy new hdd, no other choose....

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