Unique WBFS

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Apr 3, 2009

Unique WBFS by TrickyTony at 2:37 AM (824 Views / 0 Likes) 2 replies

  1. TrickyTony
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    Alright, so I formatted my external on a Linux machine, but now I am operating primarily from a Windows machine, but my computer seems to have a hard time "finding" my drive. When I plug it in the machine acknowledges there is something attached, but it is not showing up under My Computer, and the various GUI based programs do not pick up a new drive letter. Would someone with some Windows magic please help me amend this. I am really a Mac guy, but I want to use some of these programs, and my laptop is Windows so any ideas would be great. Thanks!
     
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    See if it shows up in disk management, go Start -> Run, diskmgmt.msc. You may be able to assign it a drive letter in there.
     
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    Yeah, I tried that but "Assign a Drive Letter" or whatever was greyed out, I am just biting the bullet and deleting the partition and reformatting in Windows, then hoping formatting with a Windows based program does the trick. Thanks though!
     

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