I have replaced the CMOS battery and tried different cables aswell as formatted them. It gives me the same error. July 12, 2012 Shyam Hi Mahesh, Did you get any solution to your problem? I'm about at the point of burning about 10 dvds to backup what i need. http://invisibledetector.net/hard-drive/looking-for-a-new-hard-drive.html
Reply With Quote 11-01-07,12:18 PM #14 aja View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date May 2005 Location SOUTH AFRICA, and yes, we do have electricity, and no, lions dont walk January 19, 2010 mIKE hey I have a really stupid problem I have a drive that doesnt show up in an alienware laptop. From here, you can partition and format the drive. Any help guys?
I would think the Bios would show the new hard drive. In my experience, though, partition problems should not cause the drive to not be detected in BIOS. I'm worried why is not it working when i connect it on the motherboard.
The latter can often be found splashed across the screen when you first boot the PC. I've tried two, hope I didn't kill them both... –Novicode May 20 '13 at 23:35 2 I think he may mean "Hot swappable". But you can certainly get a new hard drive and put Windows on that. should I install a new cable to the mobr also while I got it apart?
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The BLACK one on the other end goes to the HDD you set as Master. I used Acronis Migrate easy to clone it being careful to make sure that it was as a bootable disc. Join us to comment and to customize your site experience! When you connected it to your laptop computer did you make any jumper changes on the back of the drive?Did you have the other computer unplugged while doing all the swapping?In
I try enter in bios but i don't see any sata configuration only ide configuration and that are on auto. If it's on the same channel as the Hitachi drive with XP on it, the BIOS recognizes the other drive, but fails to boot from it. Bios Cannot Detect Hard Drive The next day I turn on the computer to find that it won't load into windows (the msg you get when they can't find your drive). Join the community here.
The time now is 11:22 AM. -- Mobile_Default -- TSF - v2.0 -- TSF - v1.0 Contact Us - Tech Support Forum - Site Map - Community Rules - Terms of http://invisibledetector.net/hard-drive/which-hard-drive-to-buy.html Where do you think is the problem? At the end of all that and it says it completed it successfully, I get the blue screen with the following message "STOP: C0000221 Unknown Hard Error\System Root\System 32\ntdll.dll" I have It finally detected the drive.
I think you will eventually be able to get the info off-one way or another. by R. So four years ago, I custom built a new computer which ran really well. check over here So as I moved it to the second port, WA-LA, it saw it.
On hard drive I have 2 partitions, 1 with Linux and another one is empty NTFS. September 10, 2012 Patrick Hello, I have currently 3 old hard drives that I'm trying to connect to my computer to see what they have. No, create an account now.
I killed a 40GB drive that way. –Carl B May 20 '13 at 23:30 @CarlB What do you mean, not plug and play? My computer worked fine i have had it for less than 2 years. Dec 31, 2011 #4 TheBladeRoden TS Rookie Topic Starter Only one has the issue. thebladeroden View Public Profile Find More Posts by thebladeroden 30 Dec 2011 #4 jimbo45 Linux CENTOS 7 / various Windows OS'es and servers 6,184 posts Hafnarfjörður IS Hi
Report • #6 jam January 11, 2010 at 13:49:11 You have to make sure the controller in enabled in the BIOS as OtheHill said & if you're using a PATA/IDE HDD, There are other techs that have SSD hard drive experience that will be able to help you troubleshoot this issue. So i thought, lets install the drives that come in the cd with the MOBO right ? this content It's spinning silently in the computer now, and isn't detected.
This might be a motherboard problem, but it might also be a power supply problem. That is why I did data recovery"There was nothing wrong with doing the data recovery...that was a good move.