Posted 01 January 2009 - 07:53 PM
The hard drive may have physical damages caused by drive heads during the power cut off. I would recommend running hard drive diagnostics to see if the drive is in fact damaged. Here is a list of manufacturers and their links. Hard Drive Installation and Diagnostic Tools
. If they show the drive as good, install away
. If the drive shows problems, then you have to deside if you want to reload the drive and have something happen later - like loss of data.
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