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lumoruk Avatar
banned7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
Not displaying my other 1TB drive in Explorer but it is in computer management and is active etc. Any clues, anything to do with moving from 32bit to 64bit?
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banned7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
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#1
USB or SATA ?.
1 Like #2
Maybe give it a drive letter and see what happens?
1 Like #3
Press the start button

Type compmgmt.msc press enter

Click on Disk Management on the left screen
wait a moment for it to load

Find your drive on the right hand screen, if it hasn't got a drive letter right click it and assign a letter
it it's not initialised then right click and select initialise

right-click in the column to the right of the Disk your working on and then click New Simple Volume in the menu that pops up. From here, you can allocate how much of the drive you want for a new volume, what drive letter you want to call it, give it a name, and finally format the hard disk.
banned#4
deathtrap3000
Maybe give it a drive letter and see what happens?


cheers that done it

tonyg1962
USB or SATA ?.


SATA

karenhornby

Find your drive on the right hand screen, if it hasn't got a drive letter right click it and assign a letter.


thanks its got Vista on it so hope I haven't stufedf it up by giving it a drive letter :thumbsup:
#5
Open up windows explorer, press alt, then click tools -> folder options.

Find the options which says hide empty drives and untick it.
banned#6
rash
Open up windows explorer, press alt, then click tools -> folder options.

Find the options which says hide empty drives and untick it.


dude already said it was sorted from the previous answers :thumbsup:

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