Replacing a D: Drive in Win95
Posted on 1997-12-13
I recently had to replace a hard drive. It is an external unit. I also have 3 CD-Roms, therefore A, C, D, E, F, G. I can see the hard drive in Explorer, but if I try to open it, I get a message that says D:\ is not accessable. A device attached to the system is not functioning. I can Fdisk it with no problems, it shows up in Explorer, I can select it from DOS, but can not write to it, or read from it. All my hard drives are Ultra SCSI drives running through an Adaptec Ultra SCSI card. 1 CD is IDE, the other 2 are SCSI. It used to work with this same drive, but the drive was reformated between then and now.
I'm running Win 95 OSR2, with a Pent II, 266.
What am I missing?