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In windows XP, I've hooked up a 2nd slave hard drive (from an old computer).  It shows in device manager but isn't listed under My Computer as a drive.  Any ideas?
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Is it partitoned and formated?
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HOW TO: Use Disk Management to Configure Basic Disks in Windows XP
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;309000&Product=winxp
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It's an old harddrive formatted as FAT32.
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It probably has an active partition on it is why.
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