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Windows 7: Hard Drive 1 unllocated.

16 May 2014   #1

Hard Drive 1 unllocated.

Hello I have been having a problem with my 1tb Lacie(not the grey porches) and the letter of the drive shows up but when I click it wants me to format.When I went to Disk Management most of the hard is healthy but there a small partition that has "1 Unallocated" and when I right click nothing is available to press.

This is a drive that I have lots of data on it and I don't want to lose any but I think it's corrupted and I wonder why that "1 Unallocated" out of the whole drive can't be fixed.Can anyone help?

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17 May 2014   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit

Hi EndlessMike,

Welcome aboard.

Please post a screenshot of The Windows Disk Management with your 1 TB drive plugged in. Make sure that you plug out all other USB external storage Units - no other external drive/pen drive/card reader/USB Hub.( USB Keyboard, mouse exempted)

Disk Management - Post a Screen Capture Image

Also tell us whether 1. Other USB drives are OK on your comp had tried this lacie drive on any other computer and if so the result.
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