Any ideas anyone?
I would have set BIOS to auto-detect, however my BIOS does not show that option. It's Pheonix BIOS 4.0 build 6.1.
All I have in BIOS is:
Hard disk: None
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I would go to the Sony site for your model and see what is involved with using a SATA drive on your machine. If it came with an IDE drive there may be changes in the BIOS that need to be made, or you may need to update the BIOS to a different version. If it's an older machine it may have trouble seeing such a large drive. Also Google can be your friend here as there are almost surely others who have done this.
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