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Windows 10: New SSD not detected in Disk Management

Zusammenfassung: This article is about a newly installed SSD (Solid State Disk) not being detected in Disk management on the Windows 10 operating system with Storage Spaces set up.

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Symptome


The following article provides information about a newly installed SSD (Solid State Disk) not being detected in Disk management on the Windows 10 operating system.


Table of Contents:

  1. Newly installed SSD seen in BIOS and Device Manager, but isn't detected in Disk Management?
  2. Steps to removing a drive from a Windows 10 Storage Pool

 

Newly installed SSD seen in BIOS and Device Manager, but isn't detected in Disk Management?

 

If you have recently fitted an aftermarket or third party SSD which is recognized in the BIOS and Device Manager, but is not detected in Disk Management, then you may want to try the following troubleshooting steps.

The issue may be resolved by going to Manage Storage Spaces and removing the drive from the storage pool that has taken ownership of the drive.

SLN315737_en_US__1icon Note: This solution is dependent on you having Windows 10 installed on your PC and having had Storage Spaces setup prior to your new SSD having been installed. If you don't have storage spaces configured on your PC, this guide will not help you. Please check out the following link for further help with storage drives:
 
SLN315737_en_US__2HDD  Source additional information on Hard Drives and Solid State Drives on our support page.


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Lösung

 

Steps to removing a drive from a Windows 10 Storage Pool

 

SLN315737_en_US__3Manage_Storage_Spaces

(Fig.1 Manage Storage Spaces)

If you created a pool in Windows 10 or upgraded an existing pool, then you will be able to remove a drive from it. The data stored on that drive will be moved to other drives in the pool, and you can use the drive for some other purpose:

  1. Open the start menu and type Storage Spaces, then select Storage Spaces from the list of results that appear

  2. Select change settings > physical drives to see all the drives currently in your pool

  3. Locate the drive you want to remove from the pool

  4. Select prepare for removal > prepare for removal. Leave the PC plugged in until the drive is ready to be removed

  5. If the PC keeps going into sleep, you can prevent this by typing Power and sleep in the Start Menu, and then select power & sleep settings. Change when plugged in, PC goes to sleep after, to Never

  6. When the drive is showing as ready to remove, select remove > remove drive. Now, you can enter the Disk Management console and see if the drive is now detected by the PC.

  7. You may want to delete the Storage Pool if the drive still isn't detected

SLN315737_en_US__4icon Note: If the drive has been fitted for a while, you may run into problems when you try to prepare the drive for removal. You need enough free space in the pool to store all the data from the drive you want to remove. You can add a new drive to the pool that's as large as the drive you plan to remove and then try again. You can find out more about Storage Spaces on the following link to the Microsoft Support pages:


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Artikeleigenschaften


Betroffenes Produkt

G Series, Inspiron, Latitude, Vostro, XPS, Fixed Workstations

Letztes Veröffentlichungsdatum

10 Apr 2021

Version

3

Artikeltyp

Solution