Windows 10 Home, Harddisk on USB, 64 Bit, 4 GB, X64

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    win10 Home 64 Bit 19042 Multiprocessor , x64-basierter Prozessor
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    Windows 10 Home, Harddisk on USB, 64 Bit, 4 GB, X64


    1. Can I also put my questions in future in german lamguage?
    2. I connected one extern Harddisk via USB. I heard a sound "Bell", but no drive letter ist shown. When I see in device Manager the Harddisk is shown (WDC-WD10......). But when I look in Diskmanagement the Harddisk ist not shown. Only the two Partition and the disk 0 ist shown. When I use Computeradminstion and diskstoragemanagement the Hardisk is shown as Disk 1. But I cannot format it? Can you help me what I have to do so that I can format the new Harddisk?
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  2. dalchina's Avatar
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    Hi, the working language of the forum is English. Please feel free to use e.g. Google translate to convert to English, rather than hoping someone will do that for you.

    Is the disk enclosed in its own caddy as bought, or did you put it into a caddy (box/enclosure)?
    Is it new or old?
    If appropriate, have you tried a different USB port and cable?
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    win10 Home 64 Bit 19042 Multiprocessor , x64-basierter Prozessor
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    Windows 10 Home, Harddisk on USB, 64 Bit, 4 GB, X64


    Thank you for your reply.
    To your questions:
    1. Disk has its own Caddy.
    2. It is a old one.
    3. I have tried on different USB Port but not ob different cable as I have only one.
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  4. Matthew Wai's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home 20H2
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    MiniTool Portable Partition Magic Brings Easier Disk Management
    Run the above, take a screenshot, and upload it.
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    win10 Home 64 Bit 19042 Multiprocessor , x64-basierter Prozessor
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    Windows 10 Home, Harddisk on USB, 64 Bit, 4 GB, X64


    I have downloaded the tool and expanded it via 7Z. There are a lou of folders and files. Qhich one I should use for your screenshot?
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  6. Matthew Wai's Avatar
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    Use 7-Zip to extract the files. Run the one highlighted in the following screenshot:

    Windows 10 Home, Harddisk on USB, 64 Bit, 4 GB, X64-partitionwizard.jpg
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  7. AddRAM's Avatar
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    Post 2 shots, 1 using Windows Disk Management and 1 using Partition Wizard, make them both full shots.

    Example of Partition Wizard.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Windows 10 Home, Harddisk on USB, 64 Bit, 4 GB, X64-pw.jpg  
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  8. Posts : 121
    win10 Home 64 Bit 19042 Multiprocessor , x64-basierter Prozessor
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    Windows 10 Home, Harddisk on USB, 64 Bit, 4 GB, X64


    Screegarbage of Partiíonwizard
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  9. Matthew Wai's Avatar
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    The following is the OP's screenshot:

    Windows 10 Home, Harddisk on USB, 64 Bit, 4 GB, X64-1.jpg
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  10. AddRAM's Avatar
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    That`s funny he used Word
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