Can any one help as I am stumped?
I am running Windows XP corp with 3 hard drives and two stripped on a silicon image raid controller, now I can see two hard drives in "my computer" no probs and I can read and write to them as well, the problems started when I wanted to change the drive letter of the raid disk from E: to D: not what you would to expect to be hard. So I went to the system settings and opened the computer management / disk management but only my cd burner and my DVD drive show up no hard drives, I then downloaded a demo version of partition magic 8.0 but when I tried to run it I got "ERROR 117 partitions hard drive letter can not be identified" can any one help as I am stumped
This question was answered on April 10, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.Rmarchi
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Posted by ricardo of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on April 10, 2003