Why you cant see the 60 gig?


I have two hard drives, a 10 gig, C:\ and a 60 gig. A year ago, when I put the 60 gig in, I partitioned it into three 20 gig sections and named them D, E and F drives. Recently my computer crashed and I had to reload all the software from disks. The system recognizes drives C and D but not E and F. I can even get some programs to show that I have a 60 gig hard drive although they can only access the 20 gigs in D:\. How do I access the remaining 40 gigs?


This question was answered on February 26, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

Go into bios and check the tool drives and look for your 60 gig and then you have to partion it all over again also are you able to see the 60 GB drive partioned in to 20 GB drive letters

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Posted by linda of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on February 26, 2003