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Old 03-26-2007, 02:11 PM   #11
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Goto the HDD manufacturers website and download their diagnostic tool, then burn to CD and boot up from it. Does the HDD show up in the BIOS?
No i cant see it, i think she will have to take it to a shop il let you all know how she gets on
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Well if its not showing then its definately a connection problem, it just takes a little bump to knock the connector out.
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Exactly, just reattach the IDE cable into the HDD.
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