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Is this a physically separate drive that you are talking about, or just a partition of the same drive?
If this is all one physical drive, you may have already formatted it with the installation. Partitioning can be done to where you install the operating system in another location than your already stored data or another operating system, but that is dependent upon which options you selected when you installed the operating systems each time.
Try this, right click on Computer or My Computer, and select manage. Select disk management under storage. Find your partition or drive and right click and see if you can select - mark partition as active - or something of that sort. Then see if you can explore it.
Hope that helps
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