#1
i reformated my computer and when i go to my computer it only has disk c and disk d is missing
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#2
you dont have to
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#3
Yes.... you must have not created another partition when you formatted it.
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No. Especially since D is your CD drive.

My CDrom is E:. It depends on how many peripheral drives you have and where they're connected on the IDE channels.
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No. Especially since D is your CD drive.


Mine is F, with hard drives C, D, and E.
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#9
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My CDrom is E:. It depends on how many peripheral drives you have and where they're connected on the IDE channels.


Yes, but I'm assuming that he only has one internal hard drive. If there's nothing between your hard drive and the disc drive, and your hard drive is C, the disc drive will be D.

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Mine is F, with hard drives C, D, and E.


Again. Because you have three drives or partitions. You have two hard drives between your C drive and disc drive.
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#10
so do i create another partition?
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#11
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so do i create another partition?

If you had two drives prior to the format, then yes - you will need a partition in order to have it appear that there are two again.
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