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When I right clicked it - it showed me an option to set it as 'online'. i have acer and i have vista October 22, 2009 Dave Becasue it is stating "No Hard Drive Detected" I am concerned your drive might be failing. another computer I hope this helps - Good Luck Report licenseless- Feb 12, 2009 at 10:28 PM perfect tip man... This is your hard drive failing. check over here

March 7, 2012 DuROi Hi Dave, i have a old Vaio VGN-FS115M with a Hitachi 80Gb hard disk. Drive is now working in Windows too. Also i already did a Low Level Format to HD, and i also replace MBR just in case… but the problem is not solved. If you do, when you are finished come back here and find the remainder shown as "Unallocated Space".

Hard Drive Shows Up In Bios But Not Disk Management

Started with WD 500 as my bootup DR.I then tried to install a spare Seagate 250 Gig dr for a backup drive. You can follow the steps below to modify/assign the drive letters. Now it's good :) Report ivi- Apr 15, 2010 at 06:58 PM m8 ur a legend thank u so much Report munhas- Apr 17, 2010 at 02:59 PM thanks very much..i

  1. So Itook out the 4-port USB hub from the new PC, and plugged the external drive directly into the PC's USB port.
  2. But it may also have a File System showing as RAW, which means that some of its structure data has been corrupted and it is not recognized.
  3. This is exactly what I needed to do.
  4. It might also be they are having issues with the USB 3.0 portion depending on the age of the device.
  5. This suggestion worked for me although initially I didn't think it was.
  6. Do I choose the MBR or the GPT option?
  7. The USB hub goes intothe other USB 2.0 port, and my mouse goes into one of the hub ports.
  8. Q.
  9. So, both show up in the BIOS ( the WD HDD wasnt showing in EZ mode, but I was able to find it in the advanced mode ) but I cant

If you touch the side of the drive you should feel a slight vibration. However, when I open up "My Computer" and look for the drive, it's not there. but i used it before and it runs fine but after some days this prob is showing.. Hard Drive Not Showing Files Though They Still Exist So let's re-examine.1.

But I can't because Windows doesn't see it!!! External Hard Drive Shows Up In Device Manager But Not My Computer Since it's still under warranty I would have them fix it again. Seagate has Seatools, WD has Data Lifegard. try here Somewhere there should be a diagram of how to set the jumpers for slave use.

Hook up the Hard Drive to another computer and try some of the Data Reocvery software that allows you to recover 1 or 2 files to see if it works before Volume Information For This Disk Cannot Be Found Once all cables were connected and I plugged in to a USB port, the new PC is not showing the drive at all. Or if it's an IDE drive a=have you tried hooking it up to the secondary IDE controller? Monday, September 12, 2011 5:00 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I had same problem fixed real easy could have kicked myself when i found solution -in device

External Hard Drive Shows Up In Device Manager But Not My Computer

This fixed my problem. http://www.makeuseof.com/answers/why-is-the-drive-not-showing-when-i-connect-my-old-hard-drive-to-my-new-computer-via-usb-to-sata-cable/ The upper one shows you only the devices Windows already knows how to use. Hard Drive Shows Up In Bios But Not Disk Management I should just be able to plug it in, browse to it via Explorer, and start creating folders and copying over files, just like my External WD Hard Drive, right?And as Install/diagnostic/repair Software From Seagate PaperdocMar 10, 2010, 8:17 PM A few items to check:1.

by R. http://cgmguide.com/hard-drive/help-with-my-hard-drive.php I used a shorter USB cable and there was the drive! the drive spins, but apparently isnt recognized….is it far gone or is there ANY way i can get 2 years worth of vacation and emotionally valuble photos and files off this I can see it under device managment but only as a disk drive without any name. Hard Drive Not Showing Up In Disk Management

March 20, 2012 Jon Hi, Dave I got a 500GB WD model WD500AVDS and it will only spin up at boot with Linux and not windows, when i try with Windows Next thing to try is opening up new PC and trying to install using CD/DVD cables directly and if not, then trying to figure out how to boot up with Linux The computer is admittedly old and the only parts I've replaced is a new video card (a few years ago) and added more memory. http://cgmguide.com/hard-drive/hard-drive-detected-by-bios-but-wont-boot.php Check Disk Management in Windows to see if the drive itself is being seen.

It may already be on a CD that came with your mobo. Hard Drive Not Showing Up In Bios http://seagate.custkb.com/seagate/crm/selfservice/search.jsp?DocId=199419&Hilite= Helpful +13 Report Studksc Jan 6, 2009 at 11:21 AM This was great advice I am running vista 64 and it all worked fine, thanks my friend for sound advice. MaybeWindows 7 doesn't recognise devices which are connected to the PC's USB ports with more than one connection.

Also, in order to start using this drive as a secondary drive, I shouldn't have to format it or anything like that, right?

Foo!Ideas?- John rand_79Sep 5, 2009, 1:03 AM try the drive in another computer.also try disconnecting all the drives (note which was plugged in where)and just try the new drive.. do you see your hard drive there? Anyone have any solid fixes to suggest? Hard Drive Not Showing Up In Disk Management Windows 10 ConmarMar 14, 2010, 9:11 PM I found a way around this which I hope is the solution for all: You have to put any CD/DVD drives in a higher placement i.e.

I'm worried why is not it working when i connect it on the motherboard. i tried updating the driver software using the device manager it tells me there is none available :( Sunday, August 01, 2010 10:05 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to But it does show up in any other computer. http://cgmguide.com/hard-drive/getting-rid-of-c-drive.php Neil October 20, 2013 at 3:28 am "I have an old hard drive (from old Windows XP PC) which I tried retrieving files from by connecting to my new computer (running

I have then placed all my movies back on and trying to plug it into my dvd player and blu-ray player however my cheap dvd player after selecting usb searches and The sata harddrive that I have has 250 gb and was working fine until suddenly it crashed and then windows could not load. Master would be the end of the IDE cable and Slave the inner connection. Helpful +6 Report Loxy Apr 14, 2009 at 02:18 PM Thanks for the advice.

RIGHT-click on it and, from the menu, choose to Partition the drive.