Double check that the drive is seated correctly. If possible, test to see if it spins up in another system (you can use a desktop if you have one - SATA drives all use the same connectors, desktop or notebook).
If the drive does not spin up and is not recognized by the other system, it's likely DOA.
If it does spin up in the test system but not in the notebook, it sounds like there's something wrong with the mainboard rather than the hard drive.
What happened to the original hard drive?
I am getting disk spin sound ,but it not dected and new hard is advance format, kindly confirm advance format is support for n4030