Main Boot drive not showing in disk management or device manger Tags: SSD Disk Management Boot Storage Last response: September 15, 2010 2:40 AM in Storage Share Sharies September 15, 2010 12:06:13 AM Hello, I've got win 7 64 ultimate and my c: drive is a kingston ssd SNV425-S2 128gb. I see it in the bios and can boot off of it and access it through explorer but it isn't showing up in disk management or device manger. Any ideas why? More about : main boot drive showing disk management device manger foscooter a c 97 G Storage September 15, 2010 12:35:41 AM Is it in the "Hot Swap" Area? I've heard that Windows 7 sometimes thinks SATA drives are "hot-swappable." I'll look for the solution, sminlal once gave it. Sharies September 15, 2010 2:40:02 AM Where is the hot swap area? and would it really think the drive I'm booting off of is hot swappable? Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumNewly connected hard drive not showing in My Computer ForumDisk Management - New Partition option Greyed Out ForumHard drive shows up in Device Manager but not Disk management ForumThird hard drive not showing in Device Manager or in "My Computer" ForumCan see 3tb drive in device manager but not in disk management ForumNew SSD Wont Show Up in Disk Management ForumDisk Management and WIndows explorer show different partition sizes ForumNew HDD not showing up in computer management but shows in device mana ForumMy new installed hard drive shows up under Drive Management Devices in Device Ma ForumUSB ports not detecting. Device Manger is empty! ForumDevice Manger window is completely blank Forum2nd SATA drive detected in BIOS but NOT in Windows Disk Management ForumPrimary hard drive not showing in disk management ForumNew drive not recognised by disk manager but seen in device manager OK ForumHard drive in device manager but not in disk manager-how do I assign a drive let ForumBest SSD Of 2013, Which is it? ForumPrimary drive 1 not found ForumDAT drive that can read maxell hs-4/90s ForumHow to make an external disk behave like a bootable cd ForumInsert System Disk Error More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !