Cannot see my ext WD 2 TB HDD

  1.    03 Oct 2015 #1

    Cannot see my ext WD 2 TB HDD


    Ran into this problem transferring media files from my laptop to the WD ext hdd. Both USB 3.
    "My Book", my 2 TB WD ext HDD I cannot be seen on my laptop nor my media mini pc
    I found it in Disk Management. It is shown as Disk 2. It has a black streak all the way (full?) It has excess of I,8 TB used and indicates that it is unitialized.


    I have attached a snipper capture of the disk management page.

    How do I get the ext HDD to function without losing all my media? I am not technically savvy, but can follow step by step advice.

    Thanks
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Disk Mgt Capture -Disk 2 ext HDD problem.PNG  
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 

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