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Lost 2 drive in dual harddrive laptop

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Old 11-19-2007
gabbysuzy
 

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Lost 2 drive in dual harddrive laptop
How do I reconnect my second harddrive in my dual drive lap top. It went away
during a windows driven blue screen "GATHERING DATA FOR AN EMERGENCY CRASH"
then it went down. When it came back, the second drive was gone. I have
reset the drive, checked the bios, checked to see that the drivers do not
have red x's beside them, run a memory check. Computer still under 30 days
old. Should i just turn it back for warranty?
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Old 11-19-2007
Rick Rogers
 

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Re: Lost 2 drive in dual harddrive laptop
Hi,

Does the drive appear in Device Manager? How about the controller cable it
is attached to?

> Should i just turn it back for warranty?


Yes, if not easily resolved. This may be damaged hardware, not uncommon in a
new system.

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"gabbysuzy" <gabbysuzy@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> How do I reconnect my second harddrive in my dual drive lap top. It went
> away
> during a windows driven blue screen "GATHERING DATA FOR AN EMERGENCY
> CRASH"
> then it went down. When it came back, the second drive was gone. I have
> reset the drive, checked the bios, checked to see that the drivers do not
> have red x's beside them, run a memory check. Computer still under 30 days
> old. Should i just turn it back for warranty?


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