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Hello,

I want to add a second HDD but my win10 system is not seeing the HDD. Not in device manager neither in disc management. In the BIOS Setup I saw the HDD. Beside of that, with my WIN7 Setup is no problem to see the HDD.

Any suggestions?

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Solved by myself. Found a driver[edit]which was the solution

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WARNING to all.

Posting of an undefined .exe link without documentation is suspicious. Please exercise caution before opening any executable file, especially those received in suspicious emails or downloaded from unfamiliar websites.

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Sorry for Posting the direct link to the driver, but it was an original link to HP driver site. It should be save... Hopefully

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It was removed because you only made a link to the .exe file.

To "blindly" enter into an unknown executable file is fraught with questionable ethics. What if the file was actually a rogue virus. I am not calling your linked file a hazard, but it lacked a file description to the actual download. I glanced at some of the downloads for that file, based on the computer model, and I could not find it listed in the menu. I would click on a file descriptor and see the download name. NONE that I glanced at were your suggest file. That is why it was suspect.

 

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