View Full Version : Local disk I, 0 bytes, RAW
Jul 15th, 2008, 10:03 PM
For some reason i have a new partition on my external HDD. It's a 250 G HDD,
five 50g partitions, but now i have six partitions, with one 0 used and 0 free bytes (I). And in RAW?
I'm like WTF!?
Jul 15th, 2008, 10:56 PM
My first guess would be that it's usb memcard that isn't plugged in or failed.
Jul 15th, 2008, 11:18 PM
Well, the I drive is only there when my External HDD is conected, so i guess it have to do with the ex HD drive. It's not a biggie but i think it's odd non the less.
I'm getting Sata HDD soon. 8)
Jul 28th, 2008, 09:07 PM
Check it via the disk management snap-in:
Right-click My computer, select manage
Click Disk Management and screenie that for us, may shed a little light -
I would agree most likely the External Drive.
The biggest oddity is that a "Raw" partition to Windows is usually an initialized disk with no drive letter or file system. Sometimes drives that have been configured in a RAID config will show up like this as well (For instance, if you pulled drive 0 from an array and attached it to another System to view while troubleshooting)
It could be a Factory set partition on the Ex-HDD which holds migration tools or some shit :confused:
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