|Again, if the disk doesn't show up in the BIOS, you don't need to worry about drivers at this point. Your first goal should be getting the drive recognized in the BIOS.|
Check to make sure that the disk is compatible with your computer (and current BIOS version), that it is installed correctly, and that your motherboard and/or the new drive are not damaged.
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