Recognizing A Slave HD
From what I understand, XP should still be able to recognize FAT32 formatted drives, and is able to convert them to NTFS with a one time only process. Yes, the first thing the Norton rep did was go into Disk Manager (Windows XP Home) and initialize the drive. See this page. If it only works when it's done into unpartitioned space, then Ghost should create the unpartitioned space before doing the copy. http://diskpocalypse.com/hard-drive/removed-dying-slave-now-i-can-t-boot.php
Stay logged in Sign up now! Try booting the old drive in single or as a stand alone mode on the secondary channel with no other IDE devices attached. Well, the master hard drive and the CD ROM drive are connected to the primary IDE cable. CS stands for "cable select" where the drives boots as M or S depending on where itls attached on the cable (Closer to MB = master / end cable header = http://ccm.net/forum/affich-26671-second-hard-drive-not-recognized
Windows 10 Not Detecting Second Hard Drive
And of course, it needs power.NOTE that all this means that, if you move a Slave drive to a different IDE port and data cable so that it is the ONLY The data on "Disk 1", which is a backup drive, is less than 1 GB, is what we are hoping to recover. Roadkil, PTS DE and the Registry Partition Signatures showed the same "numbers". Back to top #3 Sylveon Fetish Sylveon Fetish Topic Starter Members 364 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:07:07 AM Posted 22 February 2015 - 10:05 AM it is indeed fat32, gparted
Reports: · Posted 8 years ago Top raphoenix Posts: 14920 This post has been reported. Then it would work regardless of the state of the drive. my hard drive (C:) is about full, and so I bought Ghost 15, and following the instructions, disconnected my second, slave hard drive (they're on the same cable), and connected a brand new Internal Hard Drive Not Detected Right click the partition, Change Drive Letter and Paths, click Remove.
Thank you! Check source for file system errorsCheck destination for file system errorsSet drive active (for booting OS)DON'T Disable SmartSector copyingCopy MBRDestination partition type... PrimaryDrive letter.... But I did try it as both master and slave, no difference. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/my-slave-hard-drive-is-not-recognize-by-my-computer-anymore.129985/ I haven't directly looked at the registry yet.
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Second Hard Drive Not Showing Up In Disk Management
Anyway...Thanks again M8 Report SAME PROB- Dec 25, 2008 at 02:40 AM THANKS IT DID WORK!!! http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/278100-32-bios-detect-hard-drive Any idea as to what I'm doing wrong? Windows 10 Not Detecting Second Hard Drive Then it wouldn't matter if the drive was prepared or not, Ghost would do what it was asked to do, copy the partition. External Hard Drive Not Detected A PATA data ribbon cable should have 80 wires in it.
I don't see where I would plug a usb into my old maxtor internal HD. http://diskpocalypse.com/hard-drive/replacing-hdd-and-re-ording-slave-drives.php If the target partition has a drive letter, the partition signature of that partition is recorded in the registry of the Source OS. Register now Not a member yet? Posted: 22-Apr-2010 | 2:25AM • Permalink Sorry Brian, I wasn't very clear. Hard Drive Not Showing Up In Bios
When you install older versions of Windows on a drive that will be the boot drive (ie, the C: drive), when it comes time to install Windows, the drive may not Jun 26, 2009 #4 gguerra TS Maniac Posts: 317 Dont give up quite yet. Similar Threads - recognizing slave Video camera works, but Windows 10 not recognizing it econdude, Jan 12, 2017, in forum: Hardware Replies: 4 Views: 122 Triple6 Jan 14, 2017 laptop stopped have a peek at these guys I had a brainwave this morning.
Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. Internal Hard Disk Not Detected In Bios No, create an account now. Haddo, for whatever reason the sole partition on your second disk, "Disk 1" in Disk Management, is set to "Active".
Both disks shows up in the BIOS and also in "Disk Management".
If yes, then it's most likely an OS problem, if not, then it's most likely a problem with the hard drive, the BIOS, or the motherboard. Regards, Rick P. Scott, Yes, I think I see what you mean. http://diskpocalypse.com/hard-drive/recover-data-from-slave-drive.php Then go back in disk management and assign it another letter like F: or something.
If I uninstall my second drive in device manager and search for hardware changes it will find it again but I still cannot access it. TJ Helpful +1 Report tjmartineau 38Posts Friday September 19, 2008Registration date December 23, 2008 Last seen Sep 27, 2008 at 07:20 PM Don't have the dvdrom connected at all, just have Master or Slave location depends on which ribbon cable you have 40wire or 80wire. Find all posts by RevCo #11 01-28-2005, 10:56 AM Ill Logik Guest Join Date: Oct 2000 So it turns out that it was in fact the jumper problem.
Sections 1 and 2 pertain only to PC systems. After verifying that your ATA or SATA port is set to Auto-Detect or is enabled, if you find that your disk drive is not being detected (auto-detected) Installed a second drive as a slave Bios saw it but my computer did not I tried what you said and with a few mods it worked All I can say