Mini 110 is not to find the hard drive in the bios

I fix this hp mini 110 1025dx for a friend model...

I can't find the hard drive in the bios... after removing the HD (seagate 160 GB), I could not mount the drive, with windows or Linux... Re-installed the HD and the bios still cannot find HD help... Please...

Thanks, in advance

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