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Old 20th August, 2004, 09:09 PM
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Originally Posted by gizmo
I believe CoolGeek is correct. You'll have to go into Drive Mangler and find the drive and at least partition it before explorer will see it.
that would be correct...
usually there is a utility that comes with the drive that will do this, but if you bought an oem drive i can understand why not. I personally always perfer to add a drive to an existing system using the Manufacturer's utility..kinds guarantees things go smoothly(it'll also edit the registry to say the drive is active, as i beleive this is what is going on in your situation)
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