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I have Windows 7 Ultimate, and i cant see hdd in My Computer folder.

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One drive - It must show since you are already in the drive. You can you use the dskmgmt.msc if you are missing space.

New drives have to be readied for use. First make sure BIOS recognizes internal hd. Then in Windows


Multiple drives. USB or internal - Try Start > Run (aka Search in Win 7) type dskmgmt.msc. Look for your drive there. It should be without a drive letter. Right clicking will give you the options of initializing, creating disc partitions, assigning logical drives, and formatting. If this seems a little daunting. A wizard should load. If not there is refresh icon on the toolbar.

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