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Someone indicated that the CMOS battery on your computer might need to be replaced but usually that will turn your computer on but not detect the drives. I'm sure it needs to be replaced though.
I know my Toshiba doesn't have the CMOS battery to store the drive and clock settings.
Let me know if that helps
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
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