Windows 2000 Server - Unable to see container

Posted on 2006-04-24
Last Modified: 2010-04-13
On a Dell PE 2400 running windows 2000 Server SP4 and RAID 5, I created a System container (4GB) and a data container (80GB). In the array controller utility, both containers status shows as OK. However, the data container is not visible under the Windows OS. Did I miss a step? It seems to me that in the past, once the containers are created and show status OK, windows will assign a drive letter. Maybe I'm forgetting something.
Question by:westone
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    Accepted Solution

    Did you create it and format it in Disk Management or the array utility?

    Did you assign a drive letter, or just a path?

    Go into Disk management and assign a drive letter to it.

    Good Luck,

    Author Comment

    That was it, thank you.

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