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Can't find D:

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May 19, 2012 12:59:55 AM

Hello,
I've been trying to slowly upgrade my computer. It is a Dell xp 410. I put a Corsair 650 in it, GTX 550 ti graphic card, and still have to put the new hard drive in as soon as I figure out how to copy the old one to it.

My issue is, I can't make a disk till I can find my D: disk drive. What am I doing wrong? I see something that says unknown and I think it might be D: but it doesn't have a name at all. I tried deleting Upper and that didn't work. What else can I try? I don't want the warranties on my new stuff to run out before I figure out all this stuff.

Help?

Edit - I seem to have un partioned and then re-partitioned into D: I hope whatever I did was correct and won't later mess something up on me. As soon as it is done I will try making a disk.

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a b G Storage
May 19, 2012 1:46:18 AM

All new drives have to be initalize, partitioned and formated before they will show up in explorer. Control panel, admin tools, computer management under disk management.
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May 19, 2012 1:47:28 AM

Oh and just get ghost to copy the image from c: to d:
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May 19, 2012 1:52:09 AM

Thank you, now it is telling me to install a driver and won't show any disk I put into it.

Will try and find out why. Its the one that came with the machine so I have no idea why it's acting like it's new.
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