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Background: Windows 7, built the computer last summer, no prior issues. I'm running a Samsung 1 GB as C:, and a Seagate 1 GB partitioned for other stuff.
If I'm running a program (like WoW) from the Seagate, it may freeze up and stop responding. After forcing a quit, Windows can't find WoW anymore, and in fact, Windows can't find anything past the C: drive.
And earlier today, the computer saw all the hard drives; I came back later, and the other drives were gone again. No error message or any indication that something changed.
I don't think chkdsk saw any errors. All the cables appear to be firmly attached. If this is a hard drive issue, it's different from what I've experienced in the past.
So is it the hard drive? The motherboard?