Why doesnt my computer see my hard drive? Tags: Hard Drives Device Manager Computer Storage Last response: January 16, 2010 3:27 PM in Storage Share BullHorn7 January 16, 2010 12:13:05 AM it's an external IDE HD with a Sata Adapter hooked via USB. the thing is my Device manager sees it but the "MY computer" doesnt and cant seem to figure out why or how to see what's on it... More about : doesnt computer hard drive jsrudd a b G Storage January 16, 2010 3:27:21 PM Format the disk. Open run dialogue box and type compmgmt.msc. Choose Disk management to see the disks. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Why doesn't my computer see my hard drive Forum SolvedComputer doesn't see secondary hard drive Forum My Computer does'nt see my new slave hard drive Forum Why my computer doesnt show the full space hard disk drive on the post screen Forum Why doesnt my computer recongnize flash drive but sees hardware? Forum Data Hard-Drive Crashed - Bios see it, Win 7 doesn't Forum SolvedBIOS sees WD Green hard drive, disk management doesn't. Forum Windows xp doesnt see my sata hard drive, but the bios does Forum Why doesnt my windows disk see my whole drive? Forum Solvedjust installed a new hard drive and I dont see it in computer and in disk manger it shows up as uncollated more info in desc Forum Computer doesn't see any USB flash drives Forum Laptop doesnt see hard drive check cable error Forum SolvedInstalled new PSU, now computer doesn't recognize the hard drive Forum Bios doesnt see my sata hard drive, when my IDE drive is connected Forum UBCD doesn't see the hard drive Forum I cant see my WD eternal Hard Drive on my computer but it is in my device manager. Forum Xbox 360 doesnt see shared usb hard drive Forum Why doesnt it recognize my hard drive? Forum My P7P55D-E PRO says it doesn't see the hard drive when it boots. Forum PE45 UD3L doesn't see hard drive Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !