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November 27, 2007 anup Excellent man!!!!!!!!!!!!!! But it may also have a File System showing as RAW, which means that some of its structure data has been corrupted and it is not recognized. I have issue in installing win 2003 on gateway model M-6750-with disk WDC WD 2500BEVS (product id=89578-oem-7332157-00141).setup don't have choice for changing HD SATA and I am Not able to get Any more questions, please use our forums where more techs can respond. http://magicnewspaper.com/hard-disk/install-xp-error-bios-cannot-detect-hadr-drives.html

What is my next step, or have I damaged my computer irreparably? Ewerythink just as it is writen as downloadet the latest Intel drivers and nothing??? bayareajimJan 13, 2010, 12:48 PM I had problems adding a second SATA drive in my Dell Dimension 9200. Blinking of pen drive doesn't work.

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SYS BIOS SawDrive but Windows7 would not. I am going to grab a hard drive enclosure and another drive with a working Windows 7 installation from work and try to boot to that, then update the BIOS, hopefully When the drive is plugged in it also slows down the time between the Windows loading screen and the welcome screen. Your new disk should be here with no letter name and no info.

  • Thanks Dave.
  • The problem that people keep running into left and right is getting to the point where XP starts to install and getting the message "Setup did not find any hard disk
  • One hour later, after using this fix, I am up and running.
  • The only problem is that almost every manufacturer seems to distribute their drivers in floppy disk image form, even though the computer they are for doesn't have a floppy drive.
  • January 4, 2008 grateway Update - I caved and borrowed a USB floppy - it seems to work ok, but still no XP install - it finds the RAID/AHCPI drivers and
  • You can either change their port modes or, much better yet, you can install into Win XP the driver for AHCI devices so that it CAN use these units.
  • I took it apart and reset the hdd as recommended but that did nothing.
  • your info was right on.....

Get the one that you burn to your own CD-R. Any ideas, but please explain how to do things clearly if you reply, many thanks. sounds a bit expensive but it might work, if it works, you can copy your files then goodluck Helpful +7 Report liz May 5, 2009 at 07:17 PM With the downgrades Internal Hard Disk Not Detected December 18, 2007 Scott Wow, what a lifesaver…I thought I might be looking for a new job after fdisking this laptop thinking the XP CD would take care of the rest.

I have had the same problem but instead with kali linux, I have two separate drives one running kali and one running windows 10. Laptop Hard Disk Not Detected In Bios Installing a driver in Windows is a standard operation, like any other device. But, now after following your guide its back to XP glory.. Visit Website If not, that's bad news and could mean an electrical board problem with the drive.

might worth the try. Laptop Not Detecting External Hard Disk thanks! nLite will copy all the necessary files off the XP installation and into the temporary folder. where do I go from here; I was thinking trying a new hdd (price is about $70) and then install the recovery disks if the HDD works OK.

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the drive spins, but apparently isnt recognized….is it far gone or is there ANY way i can get 2 years worth of vacation and emotionally valuble photos and files off this http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/270391-32-help-windows-find KendracFeb 24, 2010, 4:32 AM I am having a similiar problem except my D: drive which I have been using for a long time stopped showing up. Hard Disk Not Detected In Bios I am able to take out the hitachi disk on an another computer and it works fine. Laptop Not Recognizing External Hard Drive My primary hard drive is a Seagate 200GB SATA (ST3200822AS) and I have Windows XP MCE 2005 SP2 running off of it.

It may already be on a CD that came with your mobo. look at this web-site Very useful info. I'm completely lost here… Thanks for your help February 20, 2008 grateway @LiderBoss I feel your pain. If you are using linux then it's probably something very simple and basic but even if it's quite advanced they might charge at a cheaper rate because linux is so much How To Repair Hard Disk Not Detected

i could not get my new sats drive to work, i tried every thing i know and could think of... If you would like to have a tutorial for installing Windows 7, you can find a good one a Windows Seven Forums. All Sata3. other Your article has helped me a great deal and it worked like a charm, bye bye vista!!

but only one is working, other one gets detected in the BIOS but not in windows. Hard Disk Not Detected In Bios How To Recover Data Did you do that? I used Nero to burn, on the slowest speed setting.

thank u so much!

Weird. It also sounds like the Windows 10 tech preview or the update caused the problem which isn't exactly surprising... my laptop model is VGCFZ140EB from sonny Another issue, I could not get in to the BIOS (using either F1 or Del key) Please inform if there is another way that Asus Laptop Bios Not Detecting Hard Drive Thats ok.

See if that will boot up without requiring any additioinal drivers. When I replaced the cable I had an error stating check cable connection pxe-mof : exiting intel pxe rom operating system not found. Have you tried a different power connector? additional hints Installing the BIOS update will be hard on this stupid Toshiba since it requires Windows, and since the laptop no longer recognizes the hard drive.

February 20, 2008 LiderBoss Need Help! I ended up compiling the iso with nlite and then burning that using Nero.