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Hi I am tanvir My problem this below I have Mantor

Hi I am tanvir My problem this below I have Mantor Hard disk.This hard disk had running but suddenly this hard disk show unsupported.I am try again frequently setup my pc but Biso show hard disk name. I am setup windows again again but no good result. pc show problem of my there are no hard disk fund. please you tell me solution.

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It is possible that the power cord, data cable or pin selector jumper has been dislodged.

Go in to the bios and try to see if the drive can be recognized.

an outside option is that you contracted a virus that destroyed the MBR (Master Boot Record) rendering the drive unrecognizable.

diagnose top to bottom.

Posted on Oct 12, 2010

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