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Since you didn't specify the model number, I can only guess that it is a USB model.
Assuming this is the case, your BIOS setup in CMOS memory may have become corrupted. You will have to enter SETUP when you first boot the computer, usually by pressing the Delete key, F2, or something else. When you boot, it usually tells you what you need to do to enter SETUP.
Navigate to the menus for both USB and hard drive configurations and make sure they are set up according to the parameters of your drive. USB must be enabled, and the computer should be able to detect the drive in BIOS, if it has not become corrupted.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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