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Hi
I just format my C: drive and install Windows XP on it, when i go to my computer it only show C:, it doesn't Show any of my other 2 Hard Drives
When I go to Disk Managment it find the other two hard drive and if I right click on it, it only show help or delete partition under the menu.
under divice manager it show me the hard drives too, I have update and reinstall both hard drive drivers and still is not showing those on my computer.
Here is the screen print of my Disk Managment, and of my computer windows http://www.alexcreative.com so you can see that the two hard drives are showing on my Disk Managment but not on my Computer windows.

What can I do PLEASE?

Thanks

Alex
 
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your other 2 hard drives? are you running raid? how big are these drive? in disk management if you right click on the unallocated space you should be able to create a partition and format it. do these drives show up as partitions or are they unallocated? if they are partitions, try selecting "Assign Drive Letter" to that partition. you may be amazed at the wonders of assigning a logical drive letter to a partition may bring. if you can't do this at all (which unless you really screwed up your xp install you should), i'd say backup all your data, go for clean install and partition when you get into the install. btw, if you used fdisk, fdisk causes little partitioning errors that the xp/2000 install hates. if not all, go get a copy of Partition Magic and use that. hope i helped out. bye!

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