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Its a comman error and can be solved according to the operating system. Follow these steps on windows.
Open the Start menu and click on the "Control Panel" icon.
Open the "Administrative Tools" folder and then double-click on the
"Computer Management" icon.
Select "Disk Management" from the list of options on left side of the
Right-click on the drive you want your computer to recognize and select
"Change Drive Letter and Paths."Select a drive letter for the external hard drive to be recognized as
and click "OK." The drive will now appear in My Computer.
As you have said, that hard drive is recognized at bios level. Then the primary problem seem to be that it might not have been activated.
If you are using windows XP then go start menu===>>> my computer icon===>>> right click on it===>>> go to properties ===>>> go Hardware ===>>> go to device manager. Check there if both the hard drive are shown or not.
If it is present then go start menu===>>> my computer icon===>>> right click on it===>>> click on manage ===>>> disk management===>> > there you can see your newly hard drive installed. Format it once and then activate it here.
hence doing this step you should be able to access your newly installed disk.
For windows Vista. Do the same procedure.
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Follow these steps and you should be able to fix your problem.
Now you should be able to see your drive in the schematic below. Right click the drive you cannot see in My computer and choose the option to change drive letters or paths. Now if there is no drive letter that is assigned to the drive it will not show in my computer, now just assign a letter, restart, and it should work.
Remove the USB flash drive from the USB port on your computer. Restart the computer and wait for the operating system to finish loading. Plug the flash drive back into the USB port and attempt to access it again in case the computer stopped recognizing the drive for some reason.
Transfer any files on the flash drive to the hard drive of your computer if the USB flash drive has any functionality at all.
Open the Start menu by clicking on the Windows icon on the bottom tool bar. Click on the "Control Panel" link. Scroll down through the list of available options and click on the icon labeled "Administrative Tools" that has an image of a box filled with check marks.
Find the Computer Management icon at the top of the window and click on it. Wait for a new window to appear on the screen and click on the "Continue" button to bring up the Computer Management window.
Locate the "Storage" entry on the left side of the Computer Management window. Click on the black box next to the entry to expand the menu. Click on the "Disk Management" icon that appears below the Storage entry.
Right-click the name of the the USB flash drive that appears at the center of the window. Click on the option labeled as "Format..." from the menu that will pop up. Select the "FAT16" option from the first drop-down menu and click on "Start" to format the flash drive.
Return to the Control Panel and click on the "Device Manager" icon. Scroll down to the entry labeled as "Universal Serial Bus Controllers." Right-click on the entry for your USB drive and choose "Update Driver." Wait for the latest USB driver to finish downloading and then attempt to use the flash drive again.
try it, right-click on my computer icon, manage, storage, disk Management. See if it appear, if yes, try to change its letter by clicking right and selecting "change driver letter and path". Be careful, do not change the system driver letter.
On XP computer install your seagate barracuda 400g. start the computer. when xp is already boot right click My Computer then select manage. When Computer Management dialog box appear click disk management. Look for the drive that is unallocated and format the drive and follow the instructions.
To fix this try the following using an account with administrator privileges and internet access: 1. Open Device Manager (While holding the windows key, press the Pause / Break key. This will open up the System Properties box. Select the Hardware tab and click Device Manager) 2. Find and expand the Portable Devices folder (a problem icon should appear beside the WALKMAN NWZ-A815 device) 3. Right-click WALKMAN NWZ-A815 4. Click Update Driver... 5. Select Yes, this time only 6. Click Next 7. Select Install the software automatically 8. Click Next 9. Click Finish Open Windows Media Player 11, connect your sony nwz-a815 and wait for it to appear then try to sync some files.