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I have a partition on my system drive that appears in Computer ManagementStorageDisk Management, but not under This PCDevices and Drives in File Explorer.

Why isn't my partition appearing in File Explorer?

joined screenshots: “Computer Management” and “File Explorer”

Ramhound said (in a comment that has been deleted):

You need to assign it an actual drive letter

But haven't I fulfilled this? I named the missing partition A.

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You don't have a drive letter assigned. Drive letters in Explorer and Disk management tool are put in parentheses as you can see from your own screenshot

Diskmgmt drive letter and paths

The string on each volume is its label. You need to select Change Drive Letter and Paths in the context menu and add a new drive letter. There you can also mount the drive under any NTFS folders, but that's probably not what most people want

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