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Sabir July 5, 2007 Jim Found your information on the first search. I googled it and it led me right to you. March 14, 2008 Jothi thanks a lot it helped me to finish off my work and go home early. Don't change the title - I wouldn't have found this site otherwise. his comment is here

Please Help many thaks in advance May 30, 2009 Kenny Thank you for posting this. May 16, 2007 bob Man…the whole "get rid of windows" rhetoric is so old and junior-high, Dennis. How can I solve this problem? by Noizxland / August 31, 2006 12:03 AM PDT In reply to: Formatted new 250 gb hard drive, only 32 gb shows up it often happens then there are some limitations

Restoring Factory Hard Drive Capacity

June 15, 2008 Muhammad Gr8 Artical. Ergo, your USB drive "takes" the first perceived available drive letter. This solved my problem. I searched for "external usb drive will not mount in windows-xp" to get here.

A better fitting title could rather be something like "How to change drive letter of USB Drive in Windows XP". December 26, 2008 kev Thanks for the information; It was helpfull. I'd like to reformat the drive for use with XP as an external data drive. Hard Drive Not Showing Full Capacity Windows 7 Bought a 3TB Hard Drive.

i haven't a clue and don't want to lose more ;-( UNLESS the problem is solved….have a great weekend May 26, 2008 Chris After reading some of your comments wot worked That was the problem! August 9, 2007 David I tried this workaround to get my USB stick to be visible in Explorer. http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/193464-partitioning-windows-7-will-not-show-2nd-partition-my-computer.html This time, it would not mount.

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Have u checked bios? 500gb Hard Drive Only Shows 32gb Thanks A L O T guys/gals. Next select Partition. Losing the data is not an option.

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I don't believe any user should have to open up disk managment to change the drive letter of a USB device just because the OS is incapable of checking to see I formatted my C drive (Windows XP Home SP2) and now I can't see my second hard disk on the Windows Explorer. Restoring Factory Hard Drive Capacity September 12, 2007 Norman Good fix - and do not change the title, it came top of my google! Hard Drive Showing Wrong Capacity Thanks Sudhakar July 9, 2008 The Geek @Everyone Please, Please, Please leave your questions on the forum, where you are much more likely to get a response.

This computer recently underwent a clean install from the backup CD's, so that might help someone give me some ideas. this content May 21, 2009 John i have a problem with my usb hard drive case.conflicting with a hard drive wdc 640 gb) starngely the usb case is not in conflict with other I now believe there may be some problem with how my processor handles the USB connections. They both work fine on their own when plugged into USB ports. 500gb Hard Drive Shows Only 130 Gb Of Space

I think this solution would help you know what exactly is wrong. October 8, 2007 Ben I have the same deal … my C and my external show in disk manager but the ext has no letter. The same while shutting down the windows XP system, it would not shut down , till i switch off the external drive. weblink My removable disk then appeared, and of course it was assigned an already assigned letter (my DVD drive's).

Now I have it back. Hdd Capacity Restore Windows 10 Also if you don't tell winXP to format it all it won't. Shows partitions that weren't created.

It appears that the issue lies within Explorer itself.

This didn't work for me, but I found another possible solution. I am glad you were able to go home early! Generated Tue, 07 Mar 2017 04:28:38 GMT by s_za3 (squid/3.5.23) Ssd Not Showing Full Capacity This was my first trip, but I shall be back for more solutions!

However, when I try to back up files from a desktop that is running XP, I cannot find this drive in My Computer. Have I done something wrong here? I even went as far as to change the drive letter in Vista, making it something that would never have been used on the XP desktop (T:) and still cannot see check over here June 5, 2009 Amy Thank you very much!!!

What kind of Drive is it? In the confusion NONE of my USb drives were working. Solution: get rid of Windows! October 29, 2008 Paul just what I needed…thx!

Hopefully not. THANK YOU!!! Help! September 25, 2008 Fred33 I have a usb drive (120 Gb) which works on my other W2K laptop.

What could be the issue preventing windows from showing this in My computer as a drive ? I just recently purchased a Seagate external hard drive to use as a backup. I should have figured it out myself. September 2, 2007 Ason I agree with Douglass.


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