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had to edit this, I never noticed that you have no diskette drive."Your computer case has no floppy drive installed in it, but your mboard has the floppy data header on Bios Not Detecting Hard Drive another SATA port 2. When I plug it into the computer via the USB to Sata lead the HDD doesn't appear in my computer but it appears under printers and Devices.

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From research that I've done on the internet and because the computer is running Win XP, it seems that a driver for the SATA HDD must be installed. Did the White House fabricate an Iranian attack on the American Navy? Because of this fact, a hard disk between 2 and 4 GB in size must be broken down into multiple partitions, each of which does not exceed 2 GB. Installing Second Sata Hard Drive Without Raid Report • Related Solutions› [Solved] Error: This P4 PC does not have enough memory to run XP › [Solved] does XP require SATA drivers? › Seagate 1TB external HDD not detected

kwegMar 24, 2014, 5:15 PM TyrOd said: If the drive isn't being detected in BIOS, there's probably nothing you can do on your own and you'll need to send it in thanks again... To run a chkdsk scan, you need […] Reply pigeont says: June 9, 2016 at 5:23 am this was helpful Reply Shashi Ponraja says: September 29, 2016 at 1:25 pm Worked Seriously, thank you!

Recover We can Recover your Files, Just in Case. Report Sujit- Apr 11, 2010 at 03:05 AM Thanks boss, I was about to return the HDD as I thought it has some problems, but followed ur instruction, and I succeeded. Computer Management (Local) :) Thanks...

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