- Jan 14, 2010
Are you still with me
No it is notOK it is too complicated to try and sort that out at this late stage
Go to device manager
that is either control panel and device manager
OR type it on the desktop in the search bar and when it appears above click to open it
expand disk drives with the drop arrow
IS the drive seen there
Ok thanks for the help man I appreciate itOK
There is a possibility I can solve it, but not in this session, as it is 0200 in the UK and I have to sign off
IF you want the easy way BUT YOU WILL LOSE ALL YOUR DATA
Go back to Disk Genius where you posted the screenshot in post 8
and this time select the 931GB drive shown as unformatted on your screenshot and then click FORMAT
IT IS VITAL you select the correct disk OTHERWISE you will lose the data on the main OS drive
As I said it may be possible to solve this, but it will take more time
SO you can either go the format route
OR you can wait for someone else or until I return but that will not be until 1930hrs UK time
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