Reformatted the drive using Image for Windows. Even before I did that, couldn't find the drive. Turned the Hide Empty Drives option to OFF, and still can't find the drive. How do I assign this drive a letter? Thanks.--Matthew Chao
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On 12/31/2018 6:18 PM, Mike B. wrote:
If this drive is empty, would you have, Hide empty drives, turned on by any chance in, File Explorer, Folder Options, / View tab / Advanced settings? Or, possibly this drive doesn't have a drive letter assigned to it.
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*Subject:* [jaws-users] Hidden Drive: How Do I Unhide It?
Hi, Folks. I'm running the most current version of Jaws and Windows 10.
When I go into this PC and look for drives other than C: I only see
the Blu-Ray drive, and not the USB 3.0 drive that's plugged into the
computer. However, under the "Safely Remove" item on the System Tray,
it's listed. How do I get the computer to see the external drive?
Thanks in advance.--Matthew Chao