"hh" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I bought an additional seagate internal HDD (ST3320620AS), although my bios
> detect the new drive, vista does not detect it. I'm wondering is this
> vista compliant or must i do something else in vista for it to be
> Device manager detects it as "other devices" and not a storage device.
What, precisely, do you mean by "vista does not detect it?" Do you mean
that it's not visible in Windows Explorer? Have you created and formatted
at least one partition on it?
The new hard drive cannot appear in Windows Explorer or My Computer,
nor can disk management assign it a drive letter, until it has been
partitioned and formatted. Right-click My Computer > Manage > Storage >
Disk Management. Create and format partition(s) on the second hard drive as
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