Posted 03 August 2006 - 11:43 PM
This guy has a lot of questions to answer!! This is quite funny..
Here - try this:
You may need to format the drive using the Disk Management utility.
In the Windows Explorer, go to (and click the + next to) Control Panel, then press on Administrative Tools.
Double click Computer Management and wait for the new window to open.
In the new window, on the left hand side go down to Storage and then click on Disk Management.
In the right hand window, you should see you new drive. Right-Click on the external hard drive and select New Partition.
Follow the New Partition Wizard, ensuring that you accept the defaults. The only options you will really want to change are the Drive Letter and the Drive Name.
Once you finish the Wizard, it will format the drive. You can then close the Computer Management window, and go back to your Windows Explorer. Your new drive should be in there now!!
Hope that helped!!!
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