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"HDD not working Want to format it but windows don't detect it", I built a new computer recently with a SSD where my windows is installed on it. It work perfectly fine. And then I wanted to add more space so I take a HDD from my broken laptop. I know that my HDD was working because I used an external adapter with it after my laptop broke and used as a kind of a big usb key. But then, someday, I think I accidentally disconnect it while there was some data transferring. After this time, I got a lot of problems with it. Windows had difficulty detecting it. But I was thinking that it was only the adapter that was broken, like if the driver was damaged. I tried to format my HDD a lot of time but it didn't seen to work, I format it a lot of time but I was never sure if it was working and after some times Windows just didn't detect it. So I decided to not use the adapter and wait to put it on my new PC. After I built my new PC, when I installed the HDD, my computer started and then a infinite load of windows started. Sometimes my screen is just all black and nothing else is happening, sometimes the loading bar of Windows is loading infinitely, and sometimes if I wait it say Preparing Automatic Repair, but then nothing happen. If I close my computer, then remove my HDD, and then open my computer, My windows install on my SSD work perfectly fine. It only when I plug my HDD (With Sata and all the thing) that it bug. (But it seems to work, like I feel it vibrate). I know that this HDD have windows 7 64 bit installed on with so it's very possible that there is a possibility that there is some conflicts between my Windows 10 Pro 64 bit install on my computer and with this windows. I think it was doing the same thing when I connect the external portable HDD where I put my HDD in it before I open my computer. Also, it may be just corrupt or I don't know, but I don't really care of losing all the files on it. So somebody have an idea or something of what I could do? I know that I can access the bios, with the HDD install on my computer, and it is mark as TOSHIBA MK7559GSXP, but I think it's impossible to format it in the bios, so is there another possibly?

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