quote:Originally posted by: ElsparrowHave you tried formatting it in FAT32 or NTFS? You won't be able to use it on a windows PC without FAT, FAT32 or an NTFS partition. NTFS would be your best choice, FAT32 though if you want to use it with linux and windows.
quote:Originally posted by: xtremeskier97Does it give you the option to delete partition?If all else fails..take the drive out and hook it up internally in your computer and format it that way. Then put it back in the enclosure. BE WARNED..this may void the warranty on the drive if it was bought as an external drive and not bought in separate pieces and put together.
quote:Originally posted by: xtremeskier97Can you post a new screenshot like the one you have above with Disk Management highlighted?And did you check the box where it gave you the option to format? There is a checkbox in the last step where you tell it to format or not. Sounds like it isnt formatted.If this is the case, you should be able to right click on it and tell it to format the partition.