Hello, I've run into some issues in attempting to get files off of an old hard drive. I had an old 486 computer that my folks had been using and on which they had files that I would like to retrieve. The hard drive on this computer was actually a replacement drive rather than the original. The original was 486 MB, whereas this particular drive was 3 GB. Because of the computer's BIOS limitations, when the hard drive was installed a program that came with the hard drive called "EZ Drive" was used to create two separte partitions, one with 2.1GB the rest on the second partition. The system orginally ran Windows 3.1, but was upgraded to Windows 95 even before the hard drive upgrade. Windows 95 was also run on this hard drive. Well, this computer has recently bit the dust, but as far as I know, the hard drive is still in working order. In attempting to retrieve some of the files on the hard drive, I have put it into another computer. Before connecting it, I moved the jumper on the hard drive to the slave setting. The computer that it was placed into is a Pentium III running Windows ME. I was hoping that by adding the hard drive as a slave drive, I would be able to pull the files that I wanted off of it. However, when I booted the computer after installing the old drive, it did not appear as a drive in My Computer. However, when I go into the Control Panel, open System Properties, click on the Device Manager tab, and take a look at the Disk Drives, I can see that the slave drive is at least being seen by computer because it is included on the list of attached drives. However, unlike the main drive, which when you look at its properties, it shows that it is Drive C:, the properties for the added slave drive does not indicate a drive letter. I have no idea how much of that information is relevant, but thought that I would provide as much as I could. I would appreciate any suggestions anyone may have on being able to access the data on this old drive. Thanks!