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Windows 7 hard disk boot priority drives not visible

Last response: in Systems
September 12, 2011 12:15:47 PM

Recently, I started up my computer only to receive an "NTLR is missing"-message. No problem, I figured, I´ll just go into recovery. After a couple of frustrating minutes, I found that I couldn´t, for some strange reason. After a bit more work, I now find that my computer doesn´t seem to recognize any of the drives. At least that´s what I assume, since the only visible option in the Boot Priority menu is "Bootable Add-in Cards", as well as any external drives I plug in. Can anyone offer some help?
a b B Homebuilt system
a b $ Windows 7
September 12, 2011 2:36:32 PM

Double check your cables to the drives in question, both power and data. If they are not connected properly, then the PC won't be able to 'see' them.