I tried to replace the hard drive in my PC and after that the PC does not boot up. When I attach the cable to the hard drive it does nothing, when I take it off I can hear the hard drive spinning. I receive no BIOS when I turn the computer on. I put the original hard drive back in and the same thing happens. The LCD lights does come on. I was thinking I may have blown the motherboard, but I am not sure. I belive I have attached the cable right (I tried everyway I could). I can not boot from a floppy disk. The power supply does come on.
From the sounds it does appear that while possibly pulling on cable or putting the drive in you might have dislodged another cable or power cable etc. You should insure that all cables are seated properly
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