But look at the details so far. No mention of the original or the current OS you are running. It could be some encrypted partition or some other reason.
Did you try any of the tips and tools from the CNET Storage Forum sticky?
I have a 3.5" IDE hard drive with 2 partitions that I am trying to access via an external enclosure...I have connected to my Acer Aspire One netbook but can only access one of the partitions on the IDE drive...the 2 partitions/drives,say E and F are there but I can only access the E drive...when I attempt to access the F drive,a message of "files not accessible" is given.....aarrrgh !
Anybody know how I can overcome this please ? ...before removing the IDE harddrive from the older and un-working computer both partitions/drives were perfectly accessible.
I have no idea what to do but need access to these files...they are my own recorded music files of several years that I have nowhere else...any musicians will have some sympathy I hope if not empathy !
Well...I`ll leave it here and hope somebody may be able to offer some advice.