I've got an old, old hard drive from back in the day when HDs were 120MB in size. When I connect it via a USB-IDE adapter in Windows, the operating system recognizes it and loads the driver, but does not recognize the disk geometry and assigns a value of "0" to everything: 0 sectors, 0 cylinders, 0 bytes, etc.
I'd like to get this drive working so that I can see what's on there and pull off anything I might want. So I'd like some practical suggestions on things I can try from home. For example, is there a way to manually set the disk geometry in Windows?