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2 minutes ago, Kijlok25 said:

sooo I guess a new SSD. After plugging it in I get a disk error. Help?

 

need to add a volume


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Just now, Kijlok25 said:

Wdym?

when a drive is new it doesn't have a file system


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, sub68 said:

when a drive is new it doesn't have a file system

You mean I need to insert a new media key?

I didn't remove any components. I just plugged it in

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2 minutes ago, Kijlok25 said:

You mean I need to insert a new media key?

no if you have windows up add a volume to the drive like fat 32

but if its a boot drive create windows usb and install windows


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, sub68 said:

 

no if you have windows up add a volume to the drive

How do I do that?

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3 minutes ago, Kijlok25 said:

How do I do that?

I added things to the post


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Just now, Kijlok25 said:

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6 minutes ago, sub68 said:

 

no if you have windows up add a volume to the drive like fat 32

but if its a boot drive create windows usb and install windows

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 hour ago, sub68 said:

 

 

Ok listen. I reinstalled Windows. And now it doesn't recognize my second 1tb SSD...

Tried looking in device manager,bios everywhere. It's plugged in. I can hear its working. Please help

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