|The disk is new, as in it's a blank, new disk installed in place of the original? Presuming it's the same (correct) type as the original, then it will show in bios, but until you partition/format it, you won't know it's there (other than looking in setup/bios.|
You need a full vversion of an operating sustem in order to boot up and then allow you to partition/format the drive - as part of the OS installation routine.
The original drive presumably had a recovery partition? Do you still have that original drive? If so, then consider cloning it to the new drive. Most new drives come with free software to allow that; or it can be downloaded from the drive's website.