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The issue is when plugged in, the system could see the device but not assigning any drive letter to it. I have tried this with other systems with the same outcome.

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Try connect the drive.... wait 1 minute......
right click my computer------------manage-------disk managment---------

proceed with suggested options-----see your drive------, format as ntfs it will show at a stage to assign a drive letter--- get assigned
this should solve your problem 100%.
if not then

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