plug in two usb drives when only one drive letter is available, one stick gets "lost" = allocated the drive letter of the first network drive and is therfore not visible. Will it eventually cause a problem if all the letters get assigned like this, I wonder… Thanks Thanks to you and all the people who commented this article. I really appreciate the forum man!!! You just saved my presentation tomorrow at a meeting.!! http://softwaresecurityengineering.com/hard-drive/windows-will-not-recognize-my-hard-drive.html
trying to downgrade to XP my laptop (HP COMPAQ 6510b) that came with Vista Business, I was reading your guide, it was cool, but I Kept looking for more info, and Under "Storage Volumes" there will be an "Unknown Device" - this is the missing USB drive. I feel like something is altered on the motherboard somewhere, but I don't know what to do to correct this. XP SP1 will install onto 250GB but may or may not see all 250.
Cheers! and set to Auto. hard-drive device-manager disk-management share|improve this question edited Jan 11 '13 at 15:17 Dave 21.1k73555 asked Jan 11 '13 at 13:55 Oriol 48641425 You can see it in Device Manager
Thanks! The drive is a SCSI. June 24, 2008 Paul Great post - thaks very much. Internal Hard Disk Not Detected I'm gonna try it this weekend.
Sorted things out. External Hard Drive Not Detected I was worried about the USB icon. Thanks, matey! http://ccm.net/forum/affich-26671-second-hard-drive-not-recognized Why does it matter?
and i cant figure out how to get past this and what is wrong? Windows Xp Install Not Detecting Hard Drive December 7, 2008 Aquila Thank you Denis and thank you Anthony Maw. Does XP have a driver for it? –Xyon Jan 11 '13 at 13:58 see this Install a New Hard Drive in Five Easy Steps –Arash Jan 11 '13 at Two hardrives are Western Digital and one is a Maxtor.
Finding the manager and getting it to format so I could see it on my computer was the missing step. http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows/resolving-setup-did-not-find-any-hard-disk-drives-during-windows-xp-installation/ Press the F6 key on your keyboard to install a third party controller driver.7. Xp Doesn't Recognize Hard Drive its a good thing to know. Windows Xp Not Recognizing External Hard Drive I have somewhat of a different problem.
Sabir July 5, 2007 Jim Found your information on the first search. news October 16, 2007 Andrew Nice one! Disk Manager says it is "Online" and "Unallocated". Thank you very much. Hard Disk Not Detected In Bios
Reply Paul says: February 22, 2008 at 11:50 pm i have a SATA hard drive and their is a driver issue and ITS PISSIN ME OFF (sorry had to say that) YOU REALLY ARE THE MAN GEEK !!! It saved me hours of time. http://softwaresecurityengineering.com/hard-drive/clean-vista-install-will-not-recognize-my-sata-drive.html Please email the drivers….been at it for hours now… Thanx in advance!
You helped me out. Hard Drive Not Showing Up In Bios I cannot reformat, I cannot change the drive letter, nothing. This presents the disks as if they were PATA.
But it refused !! All the best. Another problem when using SATA drives along with IDE drives for some unknown reason they do give partition conflicts. Hard Drive Not Detected Windows 10 The best solution is to go into your setup menu and format the third hard drive to correspond to the primary hard drive.
I did not Slip Stream them; but what I seem to be hearing is that even thou I have them installed, inorder to view the entire dive I need to re-install Thanks. i am facing these problme sinc last two months now i have to creat new profile and re-configer outlook , etc. check my blog It Had changed a lot, but not for good.
Weird. In many instances this will extract a *.flp file, which you can mount in a VMware virtual machine or potentially with some ISO mounting software. September 8, 2007 Ason I spoke too soon. May 4, 2008 Jeff C This problem appears to affect only XP Home and XP MCE.
Insert the newly prepared disk. 18. The title is perfect for this by the way. Below, I will copy and paste the details on my laptop directly from best buy's website. Since I have a 2TB drive I would think I should be seeing 2048 GB (2TB) or something close to that or is that not accurate?
My PC won't recognize ANY USB device. Can anyone help, I feel completely illiterate.