Re: After automated updates (Vista 64bit) - no more eSATA drive !
I suggest that you get the latest ESATA driver from the manufacturer of your
system. Winupdata drivers are often out of date or incompatible with your
"Rob" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I have a dual boot machine (Win Vista 64bit and Win XP32bit). Until a few
> days ago, there was no problem seeing and using all drives including this
> external drive connected in eSATA setup.
> Now, after the last automated updates in Vista, I no longer see the eSATA
> drive (I still see it when I boot under XP - so not a physical connection
> Any insight ?