[SIZE=4]Ouch! Murphy's law...[SIZE=4]It sees the files and it was nearly 3tb of data and the sad aspect of this was I was in the middle relocating all the files to back-up when the power went out.[/SIZE]
It is an external drive which suggest the drive is occasionally removed, of course the drive letter will change. Especially if D through F are currently assigned when re-connecting the external.BTW...I forgot to mention. When it sees the drive it changed the drives name and now shows as (G) Local Drive
Yes. And it's from the same people who offer PhotoRecare ther other tools that may correct the partition error and recover the drive intact?
Okay, but what if my drive doesent show up in the disk management, note my drive is an internal HDD in an external enclosure.the light turns on, but my computer shows 0 recognition. thanksEasy to FIX
Right click on my computer
Then find DISK MANAGEMENT
You should see your ext hard drive under the list.
Right click on it, and choose CHANGE DRIVE LETTER
Choose anything, but I recommand something higher than M:
I've seen this problem with alot of STORAGE DEVICE
It happen more often with Laptop because they usually have Card reader.
So it makes couple drives like e:, f:, g:.
Storage device tries to install themself with the drive letter next to CDROM
c: - HD1
d: - HD2 or CDROM
e: - Mass storage device (maybe for card readers)
So your external HD tries to have the E: drive (probably a bug)