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Has anybody come across this error?

By VAR1016 ·
This concerns an Acer 5750 laptop, running Windows 8 (64 bit).
The hard disk is partitioned, but I cannot access Drive D; on attempting to open it I am told that the disk must be formatted, but it will not format. On investigating I found this message:
"Base System Device PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_16BE&SUBSYS_05041025&REV_10\4&2B4E00C3&0&02E0 The drivers for this device are not installed."

Can anyone advise? Thanks in advance
Paul

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Sounds like it could be an Acer Recovery Partition...

stays hidden until you press the appropriate key at boot to enter recovery.
Just my first quick thought anyhow.
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oops!

by VAR1016 In reply to Sounds like it could be a ...

Many thanks for your reply, and apologies for posting in the wrong section.

Incidentally, the computer tells me that drive D is in fact empty!

Thanks again

Paul

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