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I installed a new SSD, and now only one of my other two HDDs are showing.

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User Info: xNolx

xNolx
3 years ago#1
In this screenshot, you can see what I'm talking about:

http://i.imgur.com/kqsFEIH.png

I'm supposed to have a 1.5 TB HDD, but it's not there. Can my system only show two connected HDDs at the same time or something?
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User Info: TimePharaoh

TimePharaoh
3 years ago#2
...plug it in?
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User Info: xNolx

xNolx
3 years ago#3
Also, my computer isn't recognizing that I have a stick for detecting Wi-Fi signals plugged into my desktop. It isn't automatically installing the drivers, yet they're installed on my other HDD.
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User Info: xNolx

xNolx
3 years ago#4
They're both plugged in, and still only one is showing.
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User Info: betatech

betatech
3 years ago#5
Does it show in device manager? It might be that it needs to have a drive letter signed to it in computer management.
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User Info: xNolx

xNolx
3 years ago#6
Disregard guys, it started showing up for some reason when I restarted my comp.

Now I'm having another issue. Because I didn't uninstall the original Windows 7 from my old HDD before installing Windows 7 on my new SSD, every time I start up my computer it asks me to choos from two different Win 7 OSes. Will I have to always select the first one every time I boot up my computer, or is there a way to make it pick it by default? Also, I can't select my SSD to have boot priority in my BIOS, even though in the storage settings and everywhere else it recognizes that it's there. What gives?
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User Info: Rolen47

Rolen47
3 years ago#7
You can use EasyBCD to change your bootscreen. There might be a way to do it without that program, but it's what I've always used.

User Info: xNolx

xNolx
3 years ago#8
Even if I use EasyBCD to make it the default, a screen still comes up asking me which one I want to choose from. Do you know how specifically to make it not do this in EasyBCD?
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