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Easeus won't let me add drive letter to media drive.

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My media drive had been in dynamic mode for about 2 years now. I finally got another drive large enough to move files over to I could format the original. This was a success. But when I used easeus disk copy to clone the data back to original drive, the original was formatted/wiped and the new drive lost its letter, so I cannot access it. I tried adding the letter back with easeus partition master, but it keeps telling me "partition mount failed". If I try a diff partition software, it says the drive is empty when it it 80% full. Both drives are 2tb wd caviar greens. Any help will be appreciated. On rush thoug as i'll be at work for next 10 hours.
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Ok. so problem half-fixed. When I unplug my internal green drive, the external with all my media files works. But when I install said hdd inside my case, it says I need to format and that only 232 gigs of space are in use rather than 1.52tb. In other words, it works perfectly outside of my case. Now, the original internal drive doesn't work inside or outside of my case unless I format it.

Nevermind. Issue resolved the hard way. Wish I could rep myself for giving myself good advice. thumb.gif

So, the solution was to totally wipe Drive 1 so that I could plug Drive 2 in and just copy the files from 2 back to 1, where it came from. Only, this time, it's a "basic primary" instead of a bunch of "dynamic logicals".

Unsure whether I will keep the external drive full of my media or allocate its space to some other project. Maybe I'll use it to finally start learning Mint.
Edited by TheGrayDon10 - 8/3/13 at 7:04am
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