Okay here's the situation I have a Seagate 3 terabyte drive that was taken out of the enclosure and added as an internal drive to my gaming computer everything worked fine except for Windows 10 has to split it into two partitions so that it can be read properly. I have over 2 terabytes of movies music and operating system isos on it that I do not want to lose however I am currently in a situation where I cannot use my PC because of power constrictions so I took the 3 terabyte drive and put it back in the enclosure and hooked it up through USB 3.0 to my laptop which is also running Windows 10, device manager reads the drive just fine and partitioner shows both partitions as unallocated, it does not show up in file explorer. I tried to remedy the situation by adding a drive letter but it won't let me I cannot use chkdsk and I even tried using mountvol to get the volume name and using chkdsk with the direct volume name but it does not show in mountvol. I tried easeus partition master to try to recover the partition it does not find anything on the quick pass and then gets stuck after that. I do not have another drive to use with Linux to move all of my data over and start anew, I usually fix this problem using fix MBR but even that will not detect it however I know that the volume is there because partitioner says so. Does anybody have any solutions?