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Lost access to HDD


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#16 batman03

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Posted 12 May 2010 - 11:53 AM

Thank you sundavism, I did as you told me and I restored the kbd and the correct display on the screen.

But the original problem still happening (hdd not recognised).
thank you for the advice, i will go to the hardware forum to look for a solution.

thank you, and thanks to all who replied and was interested in my topic here.

I will tell you when it is ok.
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Batman

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Posted 12 May 2010 - 06:04 PM

But the original problem still happening (hdd not recognised).

If your HDD is SATA, you might need to update the Raid\SATA drivers. Anyway, go feed the driver first. :huh:

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Posted 17 May 2010 - 11:48 AM

Finally!!!!!
My problem is solved,
I booted from Vista DVD, and when I clicked on "Install" I got a message telling me that a CD/DVD driver is missing, and I was prompted to insert the disk containing the appropriate driver. Here I inserted the Acer DVD, and indicated the SATA/RAID folder and clicked OK and so the hdd was detected, the driver copied and the installation of vista continued successfully.
Thanks to God. “Elhamdo lillah”
And also thanks to all of you who tried to help me, thank you very much. :huh:
Best regards

Batman




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