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I did remove the drive and place it back in, checking any connections I could see. issue still present.


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The issue shouldn't be any further in to the laptop. I suspect the drive crashed and is bad.

Recheck in the bios to see if it is recognized.


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I apologize for sounding naive....where is the bios and how do I check to see if the hdd is recognized?


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The same way you did in post 6 and then in post 10 where you showed us the screen shot.


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