Pavilion g6 2226tu: 'no hard drive installed' error in material diagnostics UEFI

My pc is very slow and freezing much n after troubleshooting and consulted technicians on the chat, I went to the recovery. It's everything is OK with recovery but the same problem was there. N all of a sudden today I tried to restart it when it froze, it showed a blue screen with the error 'blackout driver State' it displays information is collected to be sent as a report. After 10 minutes, it ended at 100%. N he tried to restart, but he went to gray white screen after the execution of the repair automatic FIR seconds. After five minutes of waiting, I turned it off n tried to turn on n check with hardware diagnostic uefi. But he could not detect my hard drive of 500g. She appeared no hard drive or hard drive not installed message.
Now what is it? My hard drive broke down, or it could be another hardware problem?

He succumbed to a slow death for a long time, but now he is dead and must be replaced. Chances are that it is past the time what data could have been recovered. Sorry for your loss. If you want help replacement and software, we can do.

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