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Aporte original por: Eric Skiver ,


Since you have just replaced the device with a new one, the first thing you should do is make sure that the hard drive has been placed back into its casing correctly, is properly connected to the sata slot and screwed back into place to avoid bumping it out. The next step would be to enter into the computers BIOS and make sure that it is detected, then change your boot settings so the computer will try to boot from your operating system disk. As long as you can see it in the BIOS, you should be good to go, otherwise you have have swapped one bad drive for another.