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ER 1402-05 Upgraded to 4GB RAM and 500 GB Samsung HDD Everything working fine for about a month. Now on Boot, BIOs will not detect my C Drive - not sure what to do next

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Try looking in your BIOS, look for anything that indicates that it see's your hard drive at all. You should be able to see the hard drive size from the BIOS, if not, check the power and data connections inside your computer. Does the hard drive power up? If you don't feel it running, it could be that it has died.

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