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Not reading internal hard drive

My Macbook isn't reading my internal hard drive. I changed the hard drive and tested it on an external hard drive reader, so I know it's not the hard drive itself. I also changed the hard drive cable. Still no luck. How do I repair this problem?

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How did you format it?

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I formatted it correctly. Mac extended journal.

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The hard drive may not be backward compatible with your machine. Please give us the make and model number of the new drive.

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PNY:

Available: 214.9 GB (214,904,344,576 bytes)

Capacity: 239.71 GB (239,713,435,648 bytes)

Mount Point: /

File System: Journaled HFS+

Writable: Yes

Ignore Ownership: No

BSD Name: disk0s2

Volume UUID: E8B538D0-C15F-3586-8673-69902693DDBB

Physical Drive:

Media Name: ASMedia AS2115 Media

Protocol: USB

Internal: No

Partition Map Type: GPT (GUID Partition Table)

S.M.A.R.T. Status: Not Supported

This is the type of hard drive I have

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Hard drive works from an external drive, so this isn't the problem.

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