my computer does not recognise my D Drive(5 posts)
Couple of quick questions for you. What type of drive is it (Make/model, internal/external, IDE, SATA). If it's internal, what jumper settings did you use on the drive? What motherboard is in your PC (or what is the make/model of your PC)? Is the drive showing up in your BIOS and/or during the POST?
its a hard drive from my sons computer so it does work, cant remember the make but it is a 120GB, jumper settings are correct. Computer recognises it on post, but will not show up in my computer as D drive
Is it showing up in the Device Manager of your computer with a warning icon?
If it's a new drive (SATA II) and your mobo/PC are older, you may need a jumper on the drive to take it from SATA II down to SATA I.
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