Why MacBook Pro 13 2012 ssd does not see?

Hi all. Today I bought a new ssd-shnik "wd-blue 250 gb" but my Mac refuses to see him, not as an external drive (shows a message that this disk cannot be read on the computer) or when the ssd to put in place the hdd and try to restore using the Internet (just no volume to install), or if start the mac with the stick (putting a ssd in place of hdd) installer new Sierra, nifiga not see it and that's it. Disk utility is powerless. But the hdd tills great, no complaints there, so most likely it's not in the loop. What should I do mates???

ps. Make a screenshot of "system information" obviously, the mother sees this ssd, but nothing to do with him can not.
June 14th 19 at 18:57
3 answers
June 14th 19 at 18:59
Solved the problem installing the paragon, she only saw the ssd when I start from an external hard drive, by placing the ssd in the Mac, the Paragon ssd formatted under HFS+ and after two reboots the disk utility (it is not clear how) and saw my sdsic. After formatted the disk again, since the map volume is also not defined my mac, well and further all is clear.
Thanks to all who replied)
June 14th 19 at 19:01
I'm not sure I understand the problem, but if the new disk no volumes Mac OS X (and probably not), the system in fact anything with this disk will not do. In order to partition a disk into sections as needed in disk utility. You need to boot from a "normal" drive (with the stick is not necessary), launch disk utility, find your new drive and format.
June 14th 19 at 19:03
Sure disk utility can't? What it shows?

But if through the Terminal - diskutil and erase command?

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