Windows disk manager initialize Tags: Computer USB Devices Storage Last response: April 20, 2010 5:35 AM in Storage Share h sharan April 20, 2010 5:08:13 AM Hello, I unplugged the usb device three times without stopping i. Then my computer couldnt recognize the device. how can I fix the problem. More about : windows disk manager initialize Jonmor68 a b G Storage April 20, 2010 5:35:58 AM Removing the device while it's working will corrupt the files and possibly the drive. I'm assuming you are referring to a usb drive, if not supply more information. A device could be anything. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solved"You must initialize a disk before Logical Disk Manager can access it"? Forum Cloning to SSD failed, now SSD won't initialize and Virtual Disk Manager states "device is not ready" Forum How to initialize a second disk driver in Windows 8.1 Forum HDD not initialize(MBR) in disk management Forum windows unable to initialize the hard disk Forum External Harddisk unable to to initialize in disk management Forum SolvedTwo IDE HDD, one shows in Bios, neither in windows (Disk manager and Device manager) Forum Windows 7 initialize disk sas Forum SolvedHard drive recognised by bios but reported as having 0 capacity by Windows disk manager Forum SolvedHard Drive in Disk Management but "Not Initialized" Forum Can't get Windows disk manager to see the Array, it's in device manager though. Forum Windows7 Device Manager not initializing SATA Forum External HD appearing in disk manager but not able to see files Windows 8 Forum boot manager not fixed by windows disk??? Forum I can see my external HD in device manager and disk manager, but I can't find it in windows exploers. Help! Thanks Forum Use a Partition manager utility or windows disk manager? Forum SolvedHard disk Can't initialize. Forum Windows 7 disk manager raid 0 failure Forum SolvedError message: Can't initialize disk because of I/O error Forum SolvedUpdated to Windows 8.1 after group policy errors. Disk Management now shows RAID 0 disk with only one 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 !