Hard Drives not recognized under Windows 10 but recognized by Ubuntu (dual boot) and Bios

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I have a total of 6 drive in my system. One ssd and 5 standard hard drives. I have to unplug 5 of them to do a scan for virus a few days ago. I reconnected them and was happy with my scan only one malware! . But today I noticed all but one of 5 hard drive missing. I looked into computer management no drive but two of the them, the ssd (os) and a second drive. I have ubuntu so I loaded and I saw all of the drives. I also check the cables, swap cables, reset bios, rescan with computer management, no Joy!!!  I am baffled. the drive are for sure healthy and recognized by  ubuntu and bios, so why Windows 10 is confused!

Please help you awesome experts.

Thank you Ramsin
ramsin64technicianAsked:
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nobusCommented:
do you see the drives in disk manager?  http://www.softwareok.com/?seite=faq-Windows-8&faq=9
do you see them in device manager? type device manager in the search bar
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noxchoGlobal Support CoordinatorCommented:
They could be simply missing the drive letters. Right click on My Computer - Manage - Disk Management. Sure they are not listed there?
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Thomas Zucker-ScharffSolution GuideCommented:
From what I can tell the OP already tried disk manager. If this is the first time they have been spun down in several years,  that may indicate imminent disk failure.  Have you run disk diagnostics in Ubuntu or another 'NIX (like knoppix)?
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ramsin64technicianAuthor Commented:
Thank for all you answers. I eventually connected one drive at a time and restart and got all my drive back.
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nobusCommented:
well you never gave any feedback
if you want EE to give results - you have to be communicative with the posters
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ramsin64technicianAuthor Commented:
none of the suggestions produced any results.
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