First build i have an ssd and a regular hdd but i Cannot view SSD BOOT DRIVE IN MY PC
only one letter drive is shown please help
Well, there can be 2 scenarios:
A. Your Drive is attached, but undetected or unreadable.
There might be chances that your drive is having an unsupported file system or it may have bad sectors.
In this scenario,
• Right click on “This PC”, select Manage.
• Then, in the dialogue box that opens, Select Disk Management from the left side panel (last option).
There, look below the white portion, you will find a representation of the Disks connected. If it is shown there.
• Right Click on your SSD, Format the drive and assign a drive letter to it.
Then wait a few seconds and it will be shown in the Drives panel.
B. Your drive may not be attached properly.
Check your connections in this case. When shown in Disk Management, follow the above procedure.
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Hope this will help.
what if the drive is there but just doesnt have a letter designation
Well, there might be chances that there is some technical issue with your drive. Maybe it is corrupted or having some other glitch. In that case, I suggest you to have word with the customer support of the SSD drive company.
its my first build and im preety sure i can see it in the bios just not in the my computer tab
isee the sd as drive 0 and my hdd as drive 1
i see the drive under disk management but it doesn't appear as a letter drive under my computer