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i need help plzz Reply Pancho on December 28, 2009 at 6:37 pm Hello,I am trying to add another internal SATA 250G harddrive to my system,I have 4 plugs on my So, I would re-check the SATA cables and moving it to other SATA connections and still no second Hard Drive. Then remove the mounting screws that hold the drive to the case frame. Pete and worked in Tampa "Seminole Heights" for a couple of years. http://realink.org/solved-what/solved-what-is-the-best-software-for-wiping-hard-drive.html

But in your case I can't understand why it doesn't ask for that option. Lower cost per GB: the price of external hard drive is getting lower and lower due to proven technique. The bios detected the drive and reboot. Reply Barbara on February 21, 2009 at 12:30 am i have a 6g hard drive, but i have a 40 g new hard drive. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-26671-second-hard-drive-not-recognized

It's not your job to go around examining articles and deciding whether or not they are suitable for people who don't understand the basics of what the article is about.Having said You could re-read my post or have someone read it to you.It's not that hard. Installed a second drive as a slave Bios saw it but my computer did not I tried what you said and with a few mods it worked All I can say

In the article, it mentioned that the PC should not be plugged into the internet until XP SP3 is installed; they then provided the link to d/l the SP3 patch.However, when How do I get windows to access the drive???? Take the cdrom drive out. You get the error message because the ntfs drive was not properly closed or is otherwise not in a healthy state.

By the four sentence, you are assuming that everyone reading this will understand what ‘jumpers' are. If all solutions above failed, try the following process which is most complex: 1. TX Reply thenson on August 14, 2007 at 9:51 pm I was told that I fried my mother board from a local docal {dumb corner guy) 2nd hand computor store. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/288436-32-adding-internal-hard-drive i want to format it… thanx Reply Tim on January 1, 2009 at 2:16 pm All the Bickering that I read in the begging of this is absolutly POINTLESS!!!!

All rights reserved. Following your instructions, I have now successfully added a Samsung hard drive and Windows XP has recognised the primary slave. When it runs a self test the drive is detected but only when I press f1 to enter setup and then it will not enter setup. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/309000Please register on our forums and post a thread here for more specialized help.

Step 3: when the scan is finished, we can see all our files are listed there. i have windows xp so it is not showing up on my computer. The Hard Drive only came with a CD, no floppy disk. I have My Pri Master and DVD burner on IDE0, and I needed to add 2 more HDD from my old computer to pull information off, and use them as more

You can do that using gparted. http://realink.org/solved-what/solved-what-is-avp-exe.html The drive is a SCSI. Staff Online Now Cookiegal Administrator Drabdr Moderator TerryNet Moderator valis Moderator davehc Trusted Advisor flavallee Trusted Advisor Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Hardware > Home Reply Paul on February 22, 2008 at 11:50 pm i have a SATA hard drive and their is a driver issue and ITS PISSIN ME OFF (sorry had to say that)

Reply David on September 10, 2007 at 12:58 pm I must be missing a step.I cloned my 90GB IDE onto a 250GB IDE using a bootable HD Cloning CD.Everything appears to It's nice to know how to do but I was really hoping to be able to access the drive normally. The box just says it has extra hard drive bays. http://realink.org/solved-what/solved-what-connection-is-this-on-laptop-hard-drive.html OK go to nautilus and right click on that 40GB drive and see whether you can see mount volume menu item if it's there use that to mount your drive.

vanadiumDecember 31st, 2008, 05:58 PMIndeed, matters are different is the drive is internal. The physical installation is actually pretty easy. so im following the steps to format it.

If needed, install it using Symaptic package manager or with the command sudo apt-get install gparted Launch gparted with root permissions sudo gparted Select your drive dev/sdb using the dropdown in

Finally check our external hard drives, all data should be there. Hook up the drive to a Windows machine. Once you get to disk management it is pretty self explanatory. If you don't know the difference between ide & sata then you need to read up on that before trying to fit a new disk drive or you'll end up buyiing

While grub is counting down, just hit esc. I will reformat it and I'll just have to take the loss of the files as a lesson well learned. Second Sata Hard Drive Not Recognized by Windows XP External USB hard drive not recognized in Windows 2nd Sata Hard Drive Not Recognized by Windows [Solved] (Solved) Helpful +178 Report diggleydog http://realink.org/solved-what/solved-what-do-i-need.html I tried going to Dell & to XP help sites but there are too many related instructions & not really what I needed.

I have checked Set-up/BIOS- it is all there (but ghosted? I have a blank IDE Drive that I installed and it wasn't recognized until I went into disk managememnt, put it online, and formatted. If the checkbox is not optional, we can run "cmd", and input "attrib -H -S X:\folder name /s /d" (X: means the specific drive letter of the external hard drive and If you do not do format, this won't solve the problem, so this is not a solution.

Easy to understand! Reply Ravi on August 14, 2007 at 8:38 pm I need to install a Sata 160GB to my 3″ external drive, The manual does not tell much about it so is Can I replace it with a Seagate Momentus 7200.2 ST9200420AS 200GB 7200 RPM, which is SATA?thanks, Spiv Reply israel on March 3, 2008 at 12:59 am ------HELP PLEASE----- i am putting I've hooked up all the cables and turned the drive to "On" in the Setup Utility.

If they are all recognized correctly, let's move to the next section.Software Installation/CloningNow that your new drive is installed, we can move on and get it set up with Windows. It did show up in the BIOS. Many thanks.