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Ok, here is a strange problem for you guys. I just reformatted my C drive and reinstalled windows. Everything went fine. No problems there. The problem I am having is that my other drive, drive D:, is not showing up in windows now. Before the reformat it detected fine. I used the ASTRA32 program and it finds my other hard drive. Ive tried going into the bios and doing an auto detect and all of that, but still nothing. What do I do, any suggestions?

Mike

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please! I have no idea how to fix this? Any ideas would be great...

Mike

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- What version of Windows?

- Exactly where is the drive "not showing up"? On the desktop? In Device Manager? In My Computer? In the Disk Management section of your Computer Management Administrative Tool.

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try looking at the jumper settings. Make sure you have the one with XP loaded on is Master w/ Slave and the older one is Slave w/ master.

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If the drive shows in the Administrative tool then try allocating the drive a drive letter, if it does not have one you can see it there but can not access it.

- What version of Windows?

- Exactly where is the drive "not showing up"? On the desktop? In Device Manager? In My Computer? In the Disk Management section of your Computer Management Administrative Tool.

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