Could you still find it in "Disk Management"?
If this corrupted disk still can be detected in a computer or laptop, you do have the chances to fix the problem.
Go try a free drive recovery tool to get back your data inside it and format this drive to see whether it could work again. (This freeware has ever recovered my inaccessible data from a corrupted 32 GB flash drive. It is really worth trying.) Note:
1. Do not store any new data on this drive in case of the original data overwritten by new data, which can make your data gone permanently.
2. Do not save the recovered data on the same drive in case of recovery failure.
3. Do not forget to format this drive to see whether it could work normally as before.
4. Do not forget to back up your important files as possible as you can in the future.