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To check what the hard drive prams. were actually set to. S. Or if you're bored, swap motherboards. Heck, a few years ago for fun we swapped platters on a Seagate ST-251 and it worked! (grin) If it's sticktion, grab the drive & crack it! There's lots of ways you can play! From: Tony DeVos First we must determine if this is a setup issue or a hard drive issue. • Is the floppy drive properly recognized and working? Connect another hard drive to this system to verify the setup is okay. • If the setup is working, then we must look at the hard drive itself.
If the drive isn't spinning up, you can try the old tap technique to try and wake up the drive. If you are able to wake the drive, have the user backup important files immediately. Then replace. • If the dive is spinning but it still isn't seen by the POST, then you need to try and locate a drive of the same make and model. Swapping the controllers on the two drives may allow you to access the data. • If neither of these techniques help, then I usually tell the user to have a good cry, and then start over.
This is also handy if you happen to be the (not so) proud owner of a drive with an overlay installed. If that is the case, you will probably want to use the overlay install disk to repair or replace the overlay. • The problem could be related to the HDD controller. Try replacing it. I could rant for a long time on other solutions, but I don't have time to get into it that deep. From: William Maxwell Hard drive failures can result from a number of causes. • First line of business is to talk with the client: Was the machine recently moved?
200 ways to revive a hard drive