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"Search" with a computer having two storage drives

"Search" with a computer having two storage drives

(OP)
I have new computer. There are 2 drives, primary one being SSD and the secondary being the usual magnetic disk.

When I "search programs and files" , only those located in the primary seem to turn up. How to fix?

RE: "Search" with a computer having two storage drives

I think Agent Ransack can do that.

Mike Halloran
Pembroke Pines, FL, USA

RE: "Search" with a computer having two storage drives

It probably depends on what has been highlighted before you started the search. It normally searches all drives if you highlight "Computer" or "My Computer" or "This PC" (8.1).

RE: "Search" with a computer having two storage drives

(OP)
xwb,

This is WIN7, and search has been totally dumbed-down. There are no choices whatsoever. You merely type in what you are looking for. grrrr...

Ooops - my bad...

I should have clicked on "See more results"....then I see the directory choices .

Thanks, problem solved.

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