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A problem that a disk recognizes as dynamic after transferring to another computer


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I installed a new computer and wanted to transfer my media disk from the old computer to the new one

WD Blue Series 1T Disk

After moving it to a new computer (on both WIN10 PROs) it is only recognized as a dynamic disk

That I return it to the old computer is all good

How do I pass it on without losing information? And without buying any special software


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Very strange.

There may be reading problems on the new computer. Try with a different cable and a different satin connection.

Upload a picture of managing the disks from the new computer with the dynamic drive connected.

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Thanks, I'll try tomorrow because in the meantime I put it back on the old computer

On the new computer I connected it to SATA 3

He recognized it in bios and in a computer system in disk management but recorded a foreign dynamic on it and cannot be touched

It was also detected in diskpart software


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