drive d: problem

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  1. mmykz

    mmykz New Member

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    I have 3 partition C, D, n E. After i install win 7 ultimate 32 bit in C, my local D: don;t show in windows explorer. All i can see just C: and my E: but write as Local Disk D:

    When i see in Disk Management, My Local Disk D: still there. How can i restore the D: so i can see that in Windows Explorer but the data not delete.

    my bad not to backup the data. so please help. thanx for any response
     
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  2. whs

    whs Extraordinary Member

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    Does D have a drive letter (look in Disk Management). If not, right click on it and assign a letter. If it is the recovery partition, it may have been hidden intentionally and I would leave it that way.
     
  3. Saltgrass

    Saltgrass Excellent Member
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    Are all these partitions on the same drive? Make sure you are not looking at the DVD drive for a drive letter...

    A disk management picture always helps. Use the snipping tool to take the picture and attach using the paperclip in the Advanced replies.
     

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