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HDD missing after clean install.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi, so i recently got a new m.2 SSD (samsung 970 pro) and now my E drive is missing, its in the deivce manager and in the BIOS under drives section, any clue as to why its missing?

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can you run a live linux usb and mount it there and see if it is working?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
9 minutes ago, mahyar said:

can you run a live linux usb and mount it there and see if it is working?

oh, i dont use linux, its on windows, i got a new SSD and replaced my old 970 EVO that was crapping out on me, after the reinstall the E drive is now "hidden"/not available 

 

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i know you use windows you can use paragon disk manager to diagnose i said you use linux because it is way better to recover drives


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, mahyar said:

i know you use windows you can use paragon disk manager to diagnose i said you use linux because it is way better to recover drives

well the drive is showing in device manager and bios, i think its just set as a RAID 0 with the new drive

 

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is it working now?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
25 minutes ago, mahyar said:

is it working now?

as i do not know how to unraid it no, not yet

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well backup any data that you need because if they are in raid0 you have to wipe your current windows install out of existence 

btw what are capacities of your drives 

and why you have two bootloader drives?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 7/11/2020 at 7:27 AM, mahyar said:

well backup any data that you need because if they are in raid0 you have to wipe your current windows install out of existence 

btw what are capacities of your drives 

and why you have two bootloader drives?

For some reason it refused to install the boot on the C drive with the D and E connected, so i installed the C alone, with the others offline, but after i put them back in the E drive doesnt show properly

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4 hours ago, jeppe96 said:

For some reason it refused to install the boot on the C drive with the D and E connected, so i installed the C alone, with the others offline, but after i put them back in the E drive doesnt show properly

can you format E drive?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 7/14/2020 at 8:38 AM, mahyar said:

can you format E drive?

I have no access to it, it doesnt show anywhere but the device manager and i n Bios

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im #outofideas


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