I'm using windows 10. I have an external hard drive(1 TB), that doesn't show up in My Computer (This PC). So the deal with my hard drive is this: It was originally an internal hard drive for another laptop, but I used a case and an adaptor to turn it into an external. It still had all the old OS files (That was Windows 10 too). It worked perfectly fine, but I wanted to clear that data and install Linux on it. I formatted the drive, and it cleared all my data as required. It seemed to work fine after that. While I was installing a linux ISO file onto the drive, the install froze so I cancelled it and unplugged the hard drive. The next time I plugged it in, it did not show up under my computer. However, when I go to disk management, it shows up but it is not initialized. When I try to initialize it I get an error "The specified disk is not convertible because the size is less than the minimum size for gpt disks.". When I click on properties for the drive, it says that the drive has 0 capacity. How can I fix this?