Hard Drive Problem Tags: Steam Hard Drives Storage Last response: February 18, 2011 1:36 PM in Storage Share Caveman656 February 18, 2011 12:24:30 PM I have just installed my new ssd drive, but now I can't use/find my steam drive. My steam drive isn't there. But when I go onto disk management the steam drive is there. The drive shows in the bios as well. Any help please. Thanks. More about : hard drive problem Emerald a c 93 G Storage February 18, 2011 1:33:45 PM have you tried to assign it a drive letter in the disk manager? Caveman656 February 18, 2011 1:36:54 PM Wow thank you. Something so simple. Thanks again. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedHard Disk Drive (HDD) problem Forum SolvedWhat is this hard drive problem???? Forum SolvedWeird hardisk problem, I start to plug and unplug hard drive cable almost everytime, any idea ? Forum SolvedExternal Hard Drive Problem Forum SolvedProblem With My Hard Drive Forum SolvedOld hard drive, different old laptop, new problem. Forum SolvedA problem with ST3500413AS hard drive. Forum SolvedSecondary Hard Drive Program launch problem. Forum SolvedHard drive Read/Write problem !! Forum SolvedSeagate Barracuda 1TB Hard Drive Installation Problem Forum Solvedexternal hard drive problem Forum Solvedexternal hard drive problem... Forum SolvedProblem with my Samsung external hard drive Forum SolvedToshiba external hard drive problem.please help Forum Solvedexternal hard drive problem Forum SolvedWD Hard Drive My Book Essential 3 TB Problem Forum SolvedI have same problem, the old hard drive via usa is not even recognzed when its plugged into new pc, the light is green.. Forum SolvedPermission problem when copying files from hard drive to external drive through laptop Forum SolvedHard Drive problem Forum Solvedi got a toshiba hard drive, the problem is it totally dead. what can i do to fix it? please help me. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !