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My computer is not detecting hard disks

I cannot find my e: and d: disks on the hard drive. Please help

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Do you mean

Partitions on the hard drive?

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DIsk Management

Open the administrative tools and go to computer management. Open disk management. Open view, top and hit graphical. You will see the drive. Right click on it and select change drive letter and paths. Select and drive letter and it should work. You can read about it in help.

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You have a few open posts on this.

Avoid multiple posts since you and members here will be confused.

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