HP ProBook 6560b laptop converts HDD's from NTFS to RAW format?
I have this problem, 3 hdd's now turned from NTFS to RAW on my HP Probook. New HDD's nonetheless.
Strange thing: After trying to format them, or delete partitions to make a new NTFS partition, they always seem to be labeled as Dynamic disc in 2 partitions: one = around 54 GB and the other about 410 GB (500GB HDD's).
This occured on all 3 discs. Very strange. They run fine for a few weeks, then boom, same issue again and again.... Can't find anything anywhere about this...
I tried 2 WD 500GB discs and 1 Samsung HDD 500GB, all 3 same problem. It starts with the notebook not detecting the HDD, just to find out it turned to RAW again, 465GB unallocated space.
Then I take them out, delete the partitions and create a new NTFS partition, everything runs fine on my PC with the HDD's. Plug it back into my Probook, bam, it sees my HDD iwth 2 partitions, Dynamic discs (54 and 410GB) which i need to delete and create a new NTFS partition (Again? Just did that on PC?) in order to install anything.
Getting a bit desperate now.... I'm no n00b, know my way around computers, it's my dayjob to repair them, but this is making me a little bit crazy..... Hihi.
Anyone any ideas? Grtz, T_D_M
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