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hi :blink:

the slave drive is not being read,it was ok earlier on but when returned to the pc the f,g,h drive, was not there.
I 've looked in devise manager and the disk managment and nothing there either.tried re booting with no effect any ideas

many thanks :whistling:
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Hi and welcome to Geeks to Go. If it was working and you didn't make any changes that may have cause it, perhaps the drive died. You could try running the manufacturer's diagnostics program on the drive. You can find links to most hard drive manufacturer's diagnostics here http://forums.pcper....isplay.php?f=40
See the sticky post at the top of the forum.
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Hi kkkkbbbb

Is the slave drive detected in the bios?
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