1. Right click My Computer and select manage
2. Click Disk Management and see if the Audya disk shows up, (It will take a short time to scan the disks) If Yes, then go to 3, if not, then it may be formatted to a format that Windows doesn’t recognise.
3. Right click the Audya drive and choose Change Drive letter and paths, then assign a drive letter to it. (It should remember it the next time you plug it in)
NOTE: You can right click the drive from this page, choose properties then tools and perform a disk check, even if no letter has been assigned.
Hope this helps
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