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Old 21 January 2015, 08:07   #1
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HD not showing up in OS 3.9

I just set up an OS3.9 system that is to have two hard drives. I have a 120MB Workbench drive (DH0 and a 8GB Work drive (DH1. However, DH1: never shows up on the desktop, and using the Mounter program does not seem to do anything. Both my hard drives are RDB-enabled.

I have set up a similar system before with no problems, but I wasn't using Beta 4 back then. To be fair, I partitioned the WB drive under 3.1 and then installed it directly from that version.

EDIT: The last screenshot isn't really accurate. Since then, I deleted the existing file system and re-added FastFileSystem so that the identifier is 0x444F5301.
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Old 21 January 2015, 08:27   #2
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Standard answer: winuaelog.txt needed. It shows much more (useful) information than screenshots. (load your config, paths panel -> full logging, start, boot to wb, wait 5 seconds, f12, paths panel, winuaelog.txt, attach it)
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Old 21 January 2015, 08:42   #3
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I just set up an OS3.9 system that is to have two hard drives. I have a 120MB Workbench drive (DH0:) and a 8GB Work drive (DH1:). However, DH1: never shows up on the desktop
Probably the usual user error: you didn't check if the 120MB drive needs to save changes after adding the 8GB drive.
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Old 21 January 2015, 09:30   #4
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Standard answer: winuaelog.txt needed. It shows much more (useful) information than screenshots. (load your config, paths panel -> full logging, start, boot to wb, wait 5 seconds, f12, paths panel, winuaelog.txt, attach it)
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Old 21 January 2015, 10:09   #5
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Probably the usual user error: you didn't check if the 120MB drive needs to save changes after adding the 8GB drive.
Doh, I double-checked and forgot to do this. Thanks, thomas.
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