When I check the device manager, it still indicates that it recognizes both of my hard drives. It looks remarkably almost identical to an older model Dell Dimension 3000 I used to have, except yours looks a little more graceful, with those swooping air intake slits on the Also the raid or hard drive driver allows the setup to see all of the hard drive, not just a slice, but the whole thing! mail me at vs4vijay-[at]-gmail.com..
I changed the drive letter in disk managment and my second drive started working!! If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? BIOS recognizes the new drive as does Device Manager. just tap it a few times during the first screen you see with the Dell logo).
Plus my old 3000 wasn't very upgradable, Pentium 4 "non hyper threaded" at 2.8 Gig's single core, only could handle max. 2 gig's of RAM, 32MB video adapter off the board, Thank you 0 Murara 7 Years Ago Please all, Who can help me? 0 GrimJack 1,395 6 Years Ago You need to start your own thread; this one is marked 'solved'. This is the box to uncheck. -then check the" show hidden files folders and drives". -it worked for me could then see all discs and card readers that were previuosly hidden Internal Hard Drive Not Showing Up varies too much to predict.
Check that it is Enabled, and then check right next to it what the port mode setting is. Second Hard Drive Not Showing Up In Disk Management To solve it I had to right-click 'My Computer' and select Manage, when in there I had to click on 'Disk Management' and then right cick the drive to enable it I perviously used Computer managment to format the new internal HD but that did nothing. So, if anyone has suggestions it would be appreciated.
I have created 2 different floppy with 2 different sets of drivers. Installing Second Sata Hard Drive Without Raid Also it is the only HD in my machine. Terran82 Newbie Posts: 8 3+ Months Ago I went into Device Manager and uninstalled the problematic Harddrive. I tried to figure out how to do it for hours, then I thought "Maybe google can help me!" And I searched for some time, and I found this.
grinch2171 Moderator Posts: 6819Loc: Martinsburg, WV 3+ Months Ago If it showed up in Disk Management you would right click and select format. You might have the SATA ports disabled in the BIOS. Second Hard Drive Not Showing Windows 10 Later, you wiped out the smaller drive (said you formatted and re-installed there) and installed XP on the smaller drive again. New Hard Drive Not Showing Up Windows 7 Thanks Apr 17, 2012 #7 Zen TechSpot Paladin Posts: 861 +46 rdjlewis said: ↑ This is a Dell 8400Click to expand...
Then you format the partition - again right click and select format use NTSF - use default allocation size and give the new volume a label (no spaces allowed in the weblink When I go about installing my copy of Windows XP Professional, I have to advise the setup to install the required "third party raid drivers" by pushing F6 when asked. one of 1 TB and 3 of 2 TB. I hope this can help someone else with the same problem. 0 yuanshunzhen 6 Years Ago I thought you should see the second drive,. Hard Drive Not Showing Up In Bios
because there are lots of stuff in it.. Please try again now or at a later time. Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Hardware Unboxed Google+ Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones http://comvurgent.com/hard-drive/hard-drive-not-showing-up-in-bios.html Do BOTH of the XP installations use versions of XP with at least SP1 installed?
The apparently 'new drive' may be a mounted image of Microsoft Office for the purpose of installing it without the use of a Disc. Internal Hard Drive Not Showing Up In Disk Management Report davidnleeh4- Dec 28, 2008 at 01:56 AM Thank you naturalspeed for your information! no power to the drive 2.
Report jeevan- Jun 14, 2010 at 12:23 PM thanks a lot...! Ask a question and give support. dan73-05Jan 13, 2010, 8:26 AM Well, I figured it out. Windows Not Detecting External Hard Drive You say, however, that it does show up in BIOS and in Device Manager, so likely it does not have a hardware failure.
Well I have managed to fix my problem. I did have to change drive letters, it seems like XP assigned the same drive letters to both external drives. It is free. http://comvurgent.com/hard-drive/hard-drive-showing-wrong-capacity.html Someone else already did that.
If anybody out there could help me out and please help me find what I need to do it would be greatly appreciated as it will cost me about 130 bucks Report freaky_devil- Jan 25, 2009 at 07:22 AM I had a 500 GB WD hard drive, my previous external box was malfunstioned, I put it in a new one. If it is there but shows the status as "RAW", then some of the Partition information is mangled and you will need to get that fixed with Partition Recovery software or Serial ATA cables, in particular, can sometimes fall out of their connection.