Question about Computers & Internet
Your additional drives are not partitioned in a manner that Windows can recognize. How to deal with this depends on your operating system. Assuming XP, right click my computer, select manage. Select disk management. Right click on the drive, I forget the wording for the choice you want, but what you are doing is creating a partition and formatting it. It will be pretty obvious. Then it will appear in my computer.
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