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Abe on October 3, 2007 3:49 pm Hello, You can try to set the hard drive as Master, that might help. Thanks, Joaquin

joaquin on February 27, 2008 11:27 am when i turn my toshiba on it only lets me into the bios set up ,it asks for the built in 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. I forgot to remove this once while shutting down and after that while switching on - the monitor was just blinking and I noticed that the HDD is still connected to Check This Out

Hope this helps. Happened after my computer froze and now the system now takes a longer than usual pause between windows load screen and the welcome screen. If it's hardware RAID I would do the same thing. When you say "boot falls apart", what do you mean there? http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/244697-32-sata-drive-detected-bios-windows-disk-management

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after some time the display showing hard drive is not found,and showing only one on screen f3=exit.. I can pull it out by just removing 1 screw. and ur write he DIDNT start off with TAKE drive out of box… jeeees…. again Please and thank you.

woods5150 on March 3, 2008 1:59 am The best piece of software I have ever downloaded.

Reply Rivers says: August 4, 2007 at 2:07 am I installed a extra hard drive in my pc and would like to completely wipe all data from it. Great site.

Steve on August 15, 2007 11:32 am Steve: This software won't be able to give you more gigabytes than you see on the HDD sticker. All hdd mfg have this software, which is why you need to get it from the hdd mfg website. Hard Drive Detected In Bios But Not During Windows 7 Installation Therefore capacity cannot be recovered.

I have RAID 0 set up with two 120 GB Sata Western Digital hard drives. Second Hard Drive Not Showing Up In Disk Management Sorted things out. I have checked Set-up/BIOS- it is all there (but ghosted? this contact form Your troublesome disk should show up there, since the BIOS can see it.

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Bill Diachuk on August 20, 2007 1:36 am Hello Bill, I am not a big SCSI guru, but SCSI hard drives have the possibility to reduce the capacity when Hdd Capacity Restore Reply Ravi says: August 14, 2007 at 8:38 pm I need to install a Sata 160GB to my 3″ external drive, The manual does not tell much about it so is Reply Sue Harris says: July 18, 2009 at 7:05 am Hi Cliff Did you ever find a solution to your problem installing a new sata hard drive - we're having exactly Win 8 is installed on "C".

Second Hard Drive Not Showing Up In Disk Management

I tried your tool (after installing WinXP on it, which took me about 1 hour and a half) and the window read : Reported capacity : 10,005 MB Factory capacity : http://newwikipost.org/topic/TBPnVivBN8OqrM8TzT6vJwGDgJEUe7BG/Maxtor-D540X-4K-80GB-HD-not-being-recognized.html Ask a question and give support. Hard Drive Shows Up In Bios But Not Disk Management thanks!! Install/diagnostic/repair Software From Seagate Any guidance is much appreciated.

It uses jargon from start to finish, leaving someone who is new to computers dumbfounded. http://wphomeguide.com/hard-drive/maxtor-hd-problems.php Does this mean my drives are done? Thanks.

jon jost on September 23, 2007 6:46 am Hello Jon, You would have to attach this hard drive to a computer that already has a hard drive to boot Any help? Windows 10 Not Detecting Second Hard Drive

I have now managed to format it thanks to your instructions. If the tool fails to restore the original capacity, then the most common reason is that your motherboard is blocking HPA and DCO commands. Run its tests and write down the info. this contact form But once the driver is installed, you may NOT have to use Disk Management to Partition and Format the RAID array.

It has 3 partitions, 2 Healthy 200mMB & 465GB and 1 Unallocated 128MB. Installing Second Sata Hard Drive Without Raid Hope you can help me. All clean of course.

David Mohyla May 31, 2012 8:56 am Reply # Hi Paul, If your card is indicating it needs to be formatted etc… Yes, you can try the same process.

Jacqui Best February 24, 2014 2:00 pm Reply # Yange, You can run data recovery software on the drive then and I would recommend doing that. It's not listed in the Disk Management tool, nor in Device Manager or the system info -- even Seagate's SeaTools does not see the drive.I have switched cables with one of so intructions are: control panel > administrative tools > computer management > Storage (tab) > Disk Management (sub-tab)from there, you should see the new hard drive.. Hard Drive Shows Up In Bios But Not Disk Management Windows 10 During the POST screens there will be a prompt to hit a certain key to enter the RAID Setup portion of BIOS.

ran chkdisk still not found. Tyler Thompson PCMechanic Editor-in-Chief [emailprotected] Reply steve scott says: November 6, 2007 at 4:09 pm hi i am having trouble installing my new sata harddrive i have pluged it in and I have a Windows XP system. http://wphomeguide.com/hard-drive/new-hd-not-recognized.php I rebooted...

Comments RSS 531 Comments Well, on my system it detects the PATA drive and the SATA controllers (nForce4), but not the SATA drives.

Ouroborus on July 26, 2007 5:26 am TechSpot is a registered trademark. Had to power off, power on. Join the community here, it only takes a minute.

thanks, Spiv Reply israel says: March 3, 2008 at 12:59 am ------HELP PLEASE----- i am putting a unpartioned hard drive in my computer as my slave hard drive. tried various methods, even the utilities from the mfr. If you click on your Windows start button and then look for “Computer”, right click on it and then click on manage. I really hope theres at least a way to get the files off…Thanks!

I think the drive might be failing, but I'm really hoping it's not some sort of dirty virus. Supported OS: 32-bit versions of Windows XP/Vista/2003 All you have to do is to run it and click "Restore Capacity". Thanks Reply Tom says: December 20, 2008 at 10:19 pm Without getting involved in a conversation about whether or not myself or anyone else can understand the lingo here…I'm simply attempting Reply Fred says: August 16, 2009 at 2:08 pm Thanks to your excellent instructions I was able to install a new hard drive with only minor pain.

Theory has told those willing to listen that striping does not yield significant performance benefits. I have a program that I was hoping could read it - HFSExplorer. If hit F4 to enter the RAID config - it says there are no errors and says the array is OK when I try to "fix" it. If you do, when you are finished come back here and find the remainder shown as "Unallocated Space".

Then you "unpartitioned it and then began formatting it...". Run Windows Disk Management console and see if there is any free space that is not used by any partition. 4. Is there any way to bring them back? At the end of this article there is a link to our program that recovers factory capacity of any hard drive. "My hard drive has mysteriously became smaller!

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