Problem: 2 Letters for 1 Drive

I recently installed a 3rd 60GB hard drive in my system on a PCI controller card (Primary Master - only device on cable). My other 2 drives are the Primary Master and Primary Slave on the motherboard controller. Now, in My Computer I see 4 60 GB hard drives (I only have 3). I noticed that letters H: and J: are the same drive. When I copy a file to one it does not show up in the other. Of course, I do not want two letters for one drive. Does anyone have any idea how to remedy this problem? Thanks!

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haossCommented:
USE partition magic 8  to see the problem.
Or you can try to control panel-->administrative Tools--> Computer management ---> Disk management

What OS you use?
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Rob StoneCommented:
Use Disk Management as haoss said, remove the disk's and rescan them in.

Are there any other settings for your PCI controller card that might effect it?
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sreinerAuthor Commented:
I cloned one of the disks using ghost and the problem has solved itself! Thanks for the help anyway.
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sreinerAuthor Commented:
I would like to close this question and have my points refunded since the problem solved itself (see above). Thanks.
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PashaModCommented:
PAQed, with points refunded (250)

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