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Windows does not recognize hdd and in the bios the hdd shows 0 gb

Hi I'm Tom
and I have a problem with my HDD (Western Digital Scorpio Blue WD5000BEVT 500GB) he did it first just at startup but suddenly he said operator not found I have tried to take out the HDD and then remain fresh in it, that was a pity not enough improvement.
after a little googling I read that you should look that he likes you hdd. in your bios I did and at first there was none but then I put it out and it is now 0 gb, also tried to install windows again
but then I have to choose a driver but I do not see myself hdd
has one of you might be an idea to fix this


typped with google translate (can not good english).
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More about windows recognize hdd bios hdd shows
  1. if the HDD shows 0GB, the drive is gone
  2. Emerald said:
    if the HDD shows 0GB, the drive is gone


    How do you mean gone?
    Brokend? do i need to buy a new 1?
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  4. Emerald said:
    Yes


    Euhm do you know what hdd i need to buy?
    the same 1?
  5. any 2.5 inch SATA 500GB drive should work.
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