I recently got a 2TB Inland Sata SSD When I plugged it into my computer it reads. But when I try to allocate it tells me that my drive does not exist. When I tried it on my older PC it still didn't work. I have tried to use other ports and cables. When I run a health check on it, it says the drive is healthy. Help?
Right click "Start" then select "Disk Management". On a new drive you'll need to initialize and format it.
When does it say that, when it's initialized or your try to partition?
Is this a brand new drive? If not, was it ever used for any other types of devices that may have installed on OS on it with a non-NTFS/FAT file system?
Seems very likely the SSD is bad, I would let us exchange it. Other things I can suggest trying if you want to. Elevated Command Prompt.
Select disk # (# is the number of the 2TB drive)
clean (Warning, this will wipe the selected drive)
If that fails try:
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