spoken like a true infexion.
Anyway. Time for systematic fault tracing, woot.
First of all. try your drives in an external drive enclosure, if you don't have one, get one, they are a good thing to have around. Make sure you get one that can use FireWire, its better. Dual connection is good, as you may not always have the FireWire connection and notebooks generally don't power their FireWire ports. So, pull the drives to see if they work at all. If they don't work, then you can take them to someone to find out why but generally, they are not user-serviceable, they either work or don't.
If they work, then reformat them entirely (might want to yank off anything you want to save). Reinstally them in your machine. Fire up the machine. Does it get to BIOS. If yes, good, then proceed with installation. If no, then you need to figure out what's wrong with your whole installation. Time to do a full check of all your connections and a full troubleshooting routine. But most of the time, if you can't get BIOS your machine is kaput. If you start BIOS but it stops at some point, be sure to figure out exactly what point that is, as it will be a good hint as to what the problem is.
Keep going with the systematic approach. Eliminate one thing at a time. When you aren't sure of a component like a hard drive, check its operation independently. But its very rare to fry two hard drives at the same time without the use of high voltage or hammers.
Hope that helps some. It would also help if you got a service manual for your model. Search these forums for the locations to get them, CLEVO no longer offers them but enough people have them and are providing them.