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Can you see it in the Bios? Please clarify.. If it's not seen in the Bios, then there must be connection problem, or it's it's detected by the bios and is shown in the bios device lists, then you need to check the Drive Letter.
Let me know so that I can give you only one instruction. Thanks and Awaiting.

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