Windows 10: Entire Disk (Previously D:) Listed as 'Missing' in Disk Management

Discus and support Entire Disk (Previously D:) Listed as 'Missing' in Disk Management in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; As the title says, my entire drive is missing. Here's what it looks like in Disk Management: [ATTACH] This only happened today, everything has been... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by Ellis Devereux, Sep 18, 2019.

  1. Entire Disk (Previously D:) Listed as 'Missing' in Disk Management


    As the title says, my entire drive is missing. Here's what it looks like in Disk Management:

    Entire Disk (Previously D:) Listed as 'Missing' in Disk Management bfaaa505-83d1-49c9-8bd3-7a165f3237fb?upload=true.png


    This only happened today, everything has been fine for two weeks before now. I've tried running all kinds of diagnostics and data recovery programs, but nothing seems to be working. I'm going to try opening the case later tonight to see if it's a cable, but considering the disk management still recognises that it's there, I assume it must still be plugged in fine.


    I tried using Recuva, but it came up with "[\\. \HarddiskVolume3] Unable to determine file system type."


    I can't pay for a data recovery service, and I'd like to recover the files if possible, but it's not the end of the world if I don't (considering I've only had this PC for two weeks). What do I do?

    :)
     
    Ellis Devereux, Sep 18, 2019
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  2. Disk management console view is not up-to-date

    i dont know how to fix your disk management, but i can fix your partition problems...




    open up Command Prompt with admin rights. (Right click, run as admin)


    enter in
    DISKPART
    list disk

    then find the Disk number for your Raid array... lets call it number 7 ( you can tell what disk is what by the total size)
    type in

    Select Disk 7
    List Partition (will give you a list of all the partitions..)
    Select Partition 1 (im assuming you only have 1 partition on Disk 7) repeat this step if you have more partitions.
    ASSIGN


    that should get the array up and running ready to use.


    EDITED.

    any problems, post back ^^


    Still EDITING *Stick Out Tongue Entire Disk (Previously D:) Listed as 'Missing' in Disk Management :p

    side question, have you tried restarting the PC?
     
    slyfox2151, Sep 18, 2019
    #2
  3. Disk Management

    Hi Keith,

    Thanks for providing the detail that was requested previously. Since the disk management screen that you saw is showing greyed out options, we suggest that you follow the steps below to change the partition type of your internal drive:

    • Open Disk Management then right click the partition on the disk you want to covert and select Delete Volume.
    • Once you complete the process you will see the whole disk shown as two separate unallocated spaces. Right-click the disk and select Convert to GPT disk.

    After the conversion, you will be able to use the whole disk and then you can create new separate partitions.

    We look forward to your response to our queries.
     
    Jordan Dom, Sep 18, 2019
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  4. Entire Disk (Previously D:) Listed as 'Missing' in Disk Management

    local disk D is missing

    my disk D is missing and when i check at the disk management, it's not there too. i tried troubleshooting and else but still no sign of disk D. it happened before but a few days after that it suddenly appeared.
     
    luqmanhakim2, Sep 18, 2019
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