I’m asking here because I never get any replies at the Computer/Hardware Forum AND its my Nuendo Drive.
I had a problem with the internal swap drive of my PC. I had an external dual bay drive dock and, as I was racing a deadline, I was trying to load a file quickly and NEEDED THAT DRIVE! I plugged in the external unit and it had changed the name of my AUDIO drive. When I opened it, it had the contents of the the drive in the external dock.
I shut down the PC, removed the drive and rebooted. Now that Audio( “:D”) drive is no longer accessible! It is no longer listed with the other drives! it is no longer listed in the BIOS, Device Mgr., or Disk management section!
I’ve tried cold boots, system restore, tried to prompt it to return in safe mode, tried to find it in config mode and a bunch of other stuff. No luck. It’s an ADK PC and they’ve gone out of business. So, there’s no one to call for support. When this happens with an external drive, it’s a simple fix, just re-seat the USB connection. But this is an internal drive and I don’t know which drive is which. I’m also not sure how to re-seat the drives as all of the cables are hidden and the connections don’t look like typical SATA drive connections at the MOBO. I need to figure out how to identify the physical drive and re-assign the :d letter designation to it. Cause, right now, my work PC is now a “brick!”
Can anybody tell me how to get this drive to show up again? Thanks!