What do I need to do so that the two Server 2003 R2 USB hard drives will show up as drives with drive letters (see the screenshot)?
One of the SATA drives (not either one of these two USB drives) on my RAID 0 server crashed. So I replaced the two drives and created a RAID 1 (Mirrored) array.
Then I loaded Server 2003 R2 and loaded all of the Microsoft Windows updates.
When I hooked up my two external USB hard drives, I discovered that they aren't recognized as drive letters in either My Computer or in Disk Management. This happens even though there are no conflicts in Device Manager (see the second screenshot).
I have switched which USB ports these two USB hard drives are plugged into, have searched for new hardware, have rescanned and refreshed in the Disk management console and have done several other things.
However, these two USB hard drives won't be recognized by Server 2003 R2 with drive letters so that I can read and write to them.
However, if I remove these two USB hard drives and plug then into a Windows 7 computer, they are immediately recognized, and I can read, write, and copy data to and from them.
What do I need to do so that these two USB hard drives will be recognized by Server 2003 R2 so that I can once again use them?