no, reseat the IDE connectors. Remove and plug them in again. To let you know, its easy to misalign them. Make sure they are plugged in correctly. You should also be able to get into the bios, u enter it before the detection occurs. Check and see if the HDD is recognized even. Usually esc/F1/F4 or the del key will get you there. If not, set the jumpers. It'll have an etching that says normal setup and tell the pinout for the bios, and one will say recovery or restore or clear nvram and the pins to cover with the cap. Cover it and reboot. It'll say something like cleared by jumper press a key blah blah blah. Turn off the system, put jumper back to normal config, reboot enter bios and chk the config and save it.
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