Despite my best efforts of perusing the t'interweb for information, i've so far been unable to find a solution, so i've turned to the more tech-savvy of you on here (i'm sure there's a 'few'..), to see if it can be done.
Anyway, cutting it short, i've pulled a 40GB hard drive from my PS3, which is un-readable under Windows due to the file format used by the PS3. Since putting it in an enclosure, and whilst using Windows Vista, it has still remained undetected, despite going through the Disc Management option suggested (as SwissKnife apparently won't work with Vista), it only shows the main PC hard drive and not the one in the enclosure, even as a usb hub; thus I can't begin formatting it for later usage.
Therefore, has anybody any ideas what might be causing the lack of detection of the drive, or indeed, any definite solution that will help me detect and thus format the drive accordingly?
I know it's only 40GB, but it's still useful to have as a small portable..