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How can I access the internal HDD?
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Hi

The internal HDD of the computer I'm booting WinToUSB drive on does not appear in Windows Explorer. How can I make it appear?

I'm running Windows 10 Pro, 64-bit. I just made a fresh installation using WinToUSB.

I remember it working before. But I was using Windows 8, 32-bit back then. It was the same computer.

What can I do to make the computer's internal HDD appear in Windows Explorer?
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(04-11-2016, 01:51 AM)Fiksdal Wrote: Hi

The internal HDD of the computer I'm booting WinToUSB drive on does not appear in Windows Explorer. How can I make it appear?

I'm running Windows 10 Pro, 64-bit. I just made a fresh installation using WinToUSB.

I remember it working before. But I was using Windows 8, 32-bit back then. It was the same computer.

What can I do to make the computer's internal HDD appear in Windows Explorer?

To ensure data isn't accidentally disclosed, internal hard disks on the host computer are offline by default when booted into a Windows To Go workspace. But you can manually make it online using disk management.


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#3
Great, thanks for the answer!
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I'm only too pleased to be able to help you.
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