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"Windows 10 not assigning a drive letter to an old Win7 formatted HDD", I've built a new desktop Windows 10 PC The machine is up and running nicely. Actually the fastest and easiest build I've ever done. Not quite sure why I sorted out Windows 10 on my new laptop and with CLASSIC SHELL installed I'm pretty happy with the operating system. Now it's time to move the DATA hard disk drive from my old Windows 7 Home desktop unit over into the new machine. It's a WD 160 GB drive with about 38 GB of files so I see no reason not to just put it in the new machine. Problem is that when I connect it to the new machine via SATA the BIOS and Windows DRIVE MANAGEMENT see the HDD but almost all options for assigning a drive letter are grayed out. I believe the only right click option active in the DISK MANAGEMENT window is DELETE VOLUME. Is this an issue of Windows 10 not being able to read an win7 formatted drive? Or do you think there will be some way I'll be able to get this hard drive recognized by Windows 10. There are alternatives of course like copying the old drive to a new blank Windows 10 formatted drive by going through the network.

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