How to FIX USB DRIVE not showing up Windows 10 (Easy Method)
3. Install Logitech SetPoint
This solution might work for owners of a Logitech keyboard, so if you own such a device, download and install Logitech SetPoint software.
Some users have reported that Windows 10 has successfully recognized their USB keyboard after installing this tool, so make sure that you try that out.
We don’t know if this solution will work with other brands of keyboards, but it won’t hurt if you try it out.
â Assign Drive letter to USB flash drive partition
If your USB flash drive shows normally in Disk Management without a drive letter, it won’t display in File Explorer. At this time, it is simple to solve this issue by following the steps below:
1. Right-click the USB flash drive partition and select “Change Drive Letter and Path…”.
2. In the pop-up window, click “Add” and choose a proper drive letter. Then, click “OK”.
3. After assigning drive letter to USB flash drive successfully, you can see and open it within File Explorer.
PS.: If Disk Management is unable to assign drive letter, you can try AOMEI Partition Assistant to perform this task.
13. Replace the hard drive letter using the Diskpart tool
12. Connect your hard drive to the USB ports in the back
Our readers have reported some issues with Seagate hard drive, and according to them, the USB hard drive isn’t recognized if it’s connected to the USB ports on the front of your computer.
Even if you don’t use Seagate hard drive, try connecting your USB hard drive to the port on the back of your computer to see if it works.
According to our readers, sometimes the ports on the front don’t produce enough power, so this is why it’s better to use USB ports on the back.
In addition, if you have a USB hub, don’t use it, and connect your USB storage directly to your computer.
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If you’re using Windows, updating the operating system comes with important files that support different hardware and devices, plus fixes to any errors you may encounter.