Upgrading to Windows 10 is exciting, however it also comes with its share of problems. Like – When you connected your external hard drive to Windows 10 system to transfer some files, the drive may not show up. You ejected the drive and plugged it again, but the external hdd still failed to show up. As a result, your files and folders in the drive become inaccessible.
Well, so when you encounter this problem, here’s how you can resolve it. We’ll tell you how to troubleshoot the issue, and make external drive to show up on Windows 10 –
Phase 1: To make external drive show up in Disk Management
The first step is to check if external drive is showing up in Disk Management. If it is not, then you should update disk driver to enable external drive to get detected by Windows 10. Follow the steps to accomplish this –
Phase 2: To restore external HDD data which has become inaccessible
When your external hard drive is showing up in Disk Management, the next step is to recover data which has become inaccessible. For this, Remo External Hard Drive Data Recovery software is the right solution. The application will get back all your files and folders from undetectable external hard drive on Windows 10 system.
Data Recovery from External Drive Not Showing Up Windows 10
Remo External Hard Drive Data Recovery tool deep scans the entire external drive to retrieve data. All files present in the external hard disk drive like media files, PPT files, documents, ZIP files, and so on, will be recovered in few steps. The software supports external hard drive partition recovery from various brands like Seagate, Maxtor, Buffalo, Lexar, Dell, WD, Toshiba, etc.
Remo Hard Drive Recovery tool also helps in recovering data from external drive after corruption, repartition, format, etc. It helps to sort the recovered data on the basis of date, file name, size and file type. You can also search for a particular file from the list of recovered data using the Find option. In case of queries, you can contact the technical support team anytime.
Phase 3: Reformat and partition
After recovering data from external hard drive, you can reformat the drive, and partition. This is done to initialize the drive, and make it to show up on Windows 10.