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HDD problem

Tjenare alla, Köpte mig en ssd och Seagate Barracuda 7200rpm 1gb , som lagrings minne till min rigg, då jag endast hade 500gb innan. Jag koppla ihop allt och installera win7 på ssd´n , men märker att den nya HDD´n inte visas i "den här datorn" även i bios, Har testat olika sata kablar samt portar men inget händer... Är det någon som vet vad jag kan göra? MVH

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Syns den inte ens i diskhanteraren?

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Tjenare alla, Köpte mig en ssd och Seagate Barracuda 7200rpm 1gb , MVH

1gb? lite onödigt men iaf gå in på enhetshanteraren sedan så kollar du på diskar. om du inte hittar den där heller så kollar du om ström åker till disken?

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Högerklicka på dator eller den här datorn, välj hantera, starta diskhanteraren, skapa en eller flera partitioner, formatera dom.

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1 Tb menar jag givetvis... Jag förstår inte vad ni menar med diskhanteraren eller partitioner gick fordon, IT är inte min grej riktigt

Får dock upp disken i enhetshanteraren, lurade på om drivers strulade, men tydligen inte -.-

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Högerklicka på dator eller den här datorn, välj hantera, starta diskhanteraren, skapa en eller flera partitioner, formatera dom.

Det ända jag ser (C: ) ssd´n (F: ) gamla hdd´n och en lurig 99.9mb disk på (E: )vilket jag inte känner till ?

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ibland måste man döpa diskarna till något (tex F) för att de ska synas. verkar vara lite random.
har du kopplat både ström och sata kabel på baksidan om disken?

nedan en instruktion från Tom:

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Windows will be aware your new HDD exists as a piece of hardware, BUT it still will not show up in My Computer. You need to use Windows Disk Management to do two jobs: Partition and Format that new unit. Click on Start at bottom left and in the menu RIGHT-click on My Computer and choose "Manage" from the mini-menu to open a new window. On its left click to expand "Storage" if necessary and choose "Disk Management". This will open two panes on the right, each of them scrolling to reveal their whole contents. The upper one shows you only the devices Windows already knows how to use. The lower one also shows you the hardware Windows can see, including some devices Windows does not yet understand. Each device is represented by a large horizontal block. On its left end is a smaller label block with things like "DISK_0", a size, and a few other bits of info. To the right will be one or more large sub-blocks representing Partitions already defined. Each of these will have a letter name like your C: drive, its size and File System, and a bit more. If there is some space not yet assigned to a Partition, it will be a block further to the right called "Unallocated Space". The main block representing your optical drive will not have all this stuff because you cannot define a Partition on such a device.

Now, your WD 750 GB disk should be here with no letter name and no info beyond its basic label on the left end. RIGHT-click on its Unallocated Space and, from the menu, choose to Create a Partition on the drive. You'll have a choice of how big it should be and most likely want to use all the drive in one volume. (You can use only part of the space. If you do, when you are finished come back here and find the remainder shown as "Unallocated Space". You can create a second Partition or more in it if you want.) For this first Partition, make it the Primary or Active Partition, and NOT bootable because this drive is for data only - you already have a boot drive. What you do next depends on which Windows you have. If there are no other options to choose in the menus, go ahead with the Partition operation. BUT some systems will have popped up a Wizard when you started to Create the Partition, and you will still have places to set options for the second step, Format. Choose the NTFS File System option. A Quick Format will do the job in 5 to 15 minutes. A Full Format will do a Quick Format, then go though every sector of the drive and test it, marking off any faulty ones (very rare) so they won't be used. Full Format takes many hours!

Now, if you were NOT inside a Wizard and the Partition Creation stage did not include Format options, that stage is done separately. In that case, once the Partition has been created you RIGHT-click again on the new Partition and choose to Format it. Set the options as above and run it.

When you are done, exit out of Disk Management, reboot and your newly prepared hard drive should show up in My Computer as an empty unit ready for use.

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Tack som fan boys för svaren , jag löste det peace

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