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Windows 7: Computer Management fails to show disk usage

15 Jan 2013   #1

Windows 7 Pro 64bit
 
 
Computer Management fails to show disk usage

I have five Sata drives. Of these five, Windows 7 Pro 64 "Computer management" reports that two of them still are 100% free despite both having significant usage as reported in "Computer" and "Explorer"



F: Simple, Basic, NTFS, Healthy, Primary partition,

"Computer management" Capacity 92.21GB Free 92.21GB
"Computer" Capacity 92.2 GB Free 16.8GB

L: Simple, Basic, NTFS, Healthy, Primary partition,

"Computer management" Capacity 389.59GB Free 389.59GB
"Computer" Capacity 389GB Free 379GB

The L: drive is newly installed and only ebook files are on it. What might have caused this and can it be corrected?

My System SpecsSystem Spec
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15 Jan 2013   #2

Win7 Ultimate X64
 
 

How are you looking at drives ?
Please post a screen shot of your maximised disk management
Start>type diskmgmt.msc>enter
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