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I have a another disk attached by SATA on the motherboard and there are two partitions inside, one is a system partition, another one is logical disk.

I can't view the system partition by using Windows 8 Explorer, it hides this partition. I can use "easeus partition master" to view the directory structure.

How do I show this partition in Windows 8 Explorer?

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From Disk Management (Run / diskmgmt.msc), can you see if the partition has a drive letter assigned to it? If not, assign one and check in Explorer. – Karan Nov 28 '12 at 2:19
If you can see the directory structure through Easeus Partition manager then please take a screenshot and upload it on and then post the link here in the post or as a comment. Also check in the partition manager that partition has assigned a letter or not as @Karan suggested you, you can see it in Easeus partition manger too and can assign a drive letter too. – avirk Nov 28 '12 at 2:26
@Karan made it, thanks! – ray Nov 28 '12 at 2:27

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