how to format hd on un-partioned part of SCSI drive?

Hi,

I have hp X4000 with scsi drive. I made partioned of 20gb and 10 gb. I format with ntfs of 20gb and install windows 2000 server.

I cannot see the other partition now. How can I see that and format that drive. Should I run setup again?

thanks in advance...
alaAsked:
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Have you gone to computer management and formatted/created a partition in that other 10 GB of space?  And assigned a drive letter to it?

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alaAuthor Commented:
how i can get there.. plz describe the steps. I have installed windows 2000 server.
al-hasanCommented:
>>  how i can get there  <<

My Computer -> right-click -> manage -> Disk Management -> in the right part of the window you will see your partitions on your drive (likely 'drive 0'; format the it and assign a free drive letter to it by right-clicking into the field representing the partition.

Regards,
has.
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