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Old 14. Feb 2019, 07:04 AM   #2 (permalink)
MidnightCowboy
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Does it show (as an "unallocated" partition) if you open "Disk Management"? If so it should just be a matter of using the options there by right-clicking it to re-assign the drive. After a reboot all should then be visible again. Alternatively just uninstall Windows and all your problems will disappear.
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