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We can help, but we need far more information.
What are your computer specs and how old is it?
Is it Windows 7 you are trying to install?
Have you tried downloading drivers from the HDD manufacturer's support site first?
If all else fails you can always create a bootable USB flash drive, as this tutorial explains.
USB Windows 7 Installation Key Drive - Create
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