It is working!
I connect my external 80 GB HDD Samsung to notebook via USB, and it appears only in control panel, disk devices, but not in windows explorer.
So, as the post from Jan 10, 2007, 03:19 PM is describing I try Disk Management. In its window I see my HDD, but not initialised or connected, I don't remember correct phraze. So I was looking for option, were to initialise disk. I right click on icon of this HDD Samsung (in window on right side down you see icon of your c: hdd as e.g. disk 0 and below is next disk e.g. disk 1 - this was not connected) and there was option initialise or connect. And when I connect disk, on same rightclick menu appears option "format." So I format disk- wizard starts. Wizard ask for assign drive letter (e.g. F
etc... and it is all.
Small notice, I configure external disk with jumpers as slave, but I think, that this is not important for external device. But, as we said in my country - with windows one don't know...