Second hard disk not detected in asus laptop.

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- Jun 11, 2019 at 10:15 PM
Hello,
Please help me. I have a ssd and a hdd, suddenly my hard disk is not detecting. I need my data back . I tried my best but fuitile .


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which is the primary disk?

Boot into bios, are both disks listed?

I have a ssd for windows boot
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Yes both disk listed
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Ok male sure the boot order lists the appropriate drive first. If you cahnge the order, be certain to save changes, and restart.
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Didn't worked
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Then drive is dead! Take it to a technician.
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It just shows in bios. Nothing else. By the way can technician backup my data?
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It depends. I cannot speak as to the level of drive failure.
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Have you got the solution?
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Maybe you can connect or reconnect your new hard drive to the computer
Or Initialize the new hard drive:
1. Go to the start menu and click on Disk Management.
2. Find your new disk, shown as Unknown, right-click on it and select Initialize Disk.
3. Select the partition style for the selected disk - MBR or GPT, then click OK.
You can also Create partitions on the new hard drive and get it recognized by PC:

1. Open Disk Mangement.
2. Create partitions on the new hard drive to get the drive to show up on your PC.
Right-click on Unallocated space > New Simple Volume > Click Next to set partition size and drive letter, file system etc > Finish.

Besides, I think data recovery tools will be a good choice, which can restore your data quickly and safely. I have restored my data with the help of data recovery tools. Maybe you can choose one.
Hope it will help!
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