Errm this isn't a LiteStep problem but a strange one anyway:
I have two hard drives in my computer - my primary 60GB Windows XP SP2 drive (NTFS) and a FAT backup drive - that is, FAT formatted - not FAT32. For a while it used to show up in My Computer but for some reason it doesn't anymore. So I go into Device Manager and "Scan for Hardware Changes" and it detects it. Woo hoo. But after I reboot, it stops detecting the other drive. My BIOS is okay and has always detected it. This is frustrating me ... especially how the icon of the drive is displayed as a CD-ROM drive even though it says "Local Disk E" - hehe. Any help is appreciated, thanks in advance! :-D
Try and change your cable first...
Make sure master and slave jumpers are set correctly.
It's plugged in correctly XD Ehm I'm thinking about putting Linux on the FAT drive anyway since I have nothing better to do with it... hehe. XD :-D
I'd just format it to atleast FAT32.
[hijack]Btw, that Maximize thread that Boreas replied in was actually bumped by someone else. It looks like whoever originally bumped it had their post removed. Ya, I didn't want to create a thread just to say that.[/hijack]
it really sounds like a driver issue with your FAT driver. I would get a bootable Linux CD, maybe Ubuntu or something and see if it mounts the drive. Then you know for sure it is a windows thing.
[/hijack]Yeah I saw the post bump...wasn't me that hid it though. Whoever hid the comment should have hid the thread for a bit. Oh well.[//hijack]