HAVE ALREADY INSTALLED HARDDRIVE AS SECONDARY MASTER BUT CANNOT ACCESS IT HELP!
Has it been partitioned? Has it been formatted?
Usually if you have added a new hd and it does not appear in Control Panel it means that the disc has not been formatted or partitioned.As pj123 asks - have you already formatted/partitioned the disc. If not you will need to.If you need any further help just post with more details.
Are the jumpers on the disk set gorectly?Cheers S
To add a second hard drive you do not need to partition it. But you should auto detect the drive in BIOS then when DOS recognises the drive you can right click on the drive in Windows Explorer and choose format just as you would with a floppy disc
PS if you are in XP then the arrangement is different in that you have to give it a drive letter before it will be seen so you can format as above
There are five main reasons why a system BIOS will not detect the presence of an ATA hard drive. They are: Faulty hard drive. Faulty data cable. No Power to drive (drive is not spinning up). Incorrect jumper settings on the drive. Capacity of the hard drive is too large for the BIOS to support. You might need to update your BIOS.If you have not managed to fix it - how old is your system, what OS, and how big is the HD and what make?
sorted the problem,everything ok cheers.
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