Windows 7 Install Won't See New Seagate 1TB HDD but it is seen in BIOS

Windows 7 Install Won't See New Seagate 1TB HDD but it is seen in BIOS

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Windows 7 Install Won't See New Seagate 1TB HDD but it is seen in BIOS: I have been working on this for 3 days. HP desktop crashed. Bought new HDD to install. It is a Seagate 500GB. Usually you plug in the data and power on drive, use USB or CD/DVD to install windows 7 and format/partition from inside the install and your good. No such luck this time. All cables connected properly. They have been seated and reseated, exchanged for known working cables, etc. I installed brand new 520 watt PS. I have removed all memory sticks and inserted one at a time. All sticks pass test. Ran HP Diagnosis tools, CPU, Ram and HDD pass tests. When I start computer, HDD is seen in BIOS. When I get to the part about choosing drive to install win7 on, NO HDD listed. I have a Insignia enclosure that I put drive into, connected it to my laptop and initialized drive, formatted and partitioned. I have pulled the CMOS battery and reset to defaults.. I have even tried to install Live Linux from CD/DVD.

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