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  1. Hey guys, ? I just found the time to post about this, and I need to help with my second HDD. ? In my quest to install OS X, I accidentally erased the small partition from my second HDD which is 2T, so I deleted the whole disc because I did not had anything in value. Since then, OS X and Windows recognise my HDD as 1T, but only in OS X I can format it to actually use that 1T. In Windows I do not have a single option about formatting or make the HDD useful again and at full 2T. ? Do you guys know what is the problem and how I can fix it with disc utility or another program? ? Thank you for your time.?
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