New Velociraptor not showing up? Tags: Hard Drives Velociraptor Disk Management Storage Last response: January 4, 2011 8:27 PM in Storage Share Itzviral January 4, 2011 8:20:31 PM Hello. I just recieved my new Velociraptor 150gb hard drive in the mail today, and I plugged it in and it is not working. I believe it is because it is unformatted, but i am not sure. -The drive does not show up in "My Computer" -The drive DOES show up in "Device Manager" -The drive does not show up in "Computer Management"/"Disk Management". As far as I've been told, to format a new drive you have to go to Disk Management, but my Velociraptor is not showing up there. What could be the problem? More about : velociraptor showing warezme January 4, 2011 8:25:45 PM check your cabling and look in your bios to see if it is listed there. 100 percent sure if it does not show up in your bios than your OS will not see it in which case it is DOA Itzviral January 4, 2011 8:27:27 PM Thanks for the reply. How do I check if it shows up in the bios? (as in where do i navigate to to check?) Figured that out. The drive is indeed visible in the Bios. What gives? Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Velociraptor / Win7 - shows in device manager, but not My Computer Forum New Velociraptor Speed Questions Forum Velociraptor slowing me down! Forum 300 GB VelociRaptor for Gaming PC. Which one should I buy? Forum WD Velociraptor or WD Black? RAID? Forum Raid 0 Parity Error ASUS P5E3 ICH9R Sata WD Velociraptor Forum Worth adding VelociRaptor on top of 1TB RAID1 to eliminate bottleneck? Forum 300 GB V 2 X 150 GB Velociraptor Forum How to access new HDD - showing up but not really ... Forum Caviar/SSD/ Velociraptor Forum 60gb kingston SSD or velociraptor ? Forum Velociraptor + Raptor in RAID0 Forum Faulty velociraptor ? Forum Is RAID better than VelociRaptor ? Forum VelociRaptor or SSD? Forum My computer is saying that there is a hard disk failure Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !