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Hard drive not accessible after bios reset..........

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Deepesh Bhatt

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guys i am suffring from a problem which is my pc cannot detect my hdd...... There were bad sectors on my hdd of which i think would solve after bios reset as i did a bios reset by removing the CMOS battery from the motherboard but after reset this problem occured....... please help me as i  can't buy a new hdd....PLEASE................ THANKS IN ADVANCE!!!!!

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Reseting the BIOS is not going to fix a problem with bad sectors on a disk. It is likely that the disk finally died.


You can see about downloading the diagnostics from the manufacturer of the disk to see if the disk can be seen at all.


You should also check to see if you happened to bump any cables when you took the battery out. It might just be that one of the cables is no longer properly connected.

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