Quantum Fireball lct20 cannot be seen in Windows. Help please

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I have two harddrives in my computer right now. The first has Windows XP Pro
on it, and is set as the master drive. The second is an older harddrive with
a lot of data on it, and it is set as the slave drive. I want to transfer a
lot of the data off the old drive to the newer one, but the older one is not
displayed in "My Computer". When in BIOS, I have no problem detecting the
second drive. When I go to Start/Settings/Control Panel/Administrative
Tools/Computer Management/Storage/Disk Management, I am able to see the
older drive (including information regarding it's capacity, free space,
etc), but it has no drive letter. When I right click on it, the "Change
Drive Letter And Paths" option is grayed out. When I try to assign a drive
letter from the command prompt (RUN diskpart, list volume, select volume 3,
assign letter=D), I get a message saying "the volume you specified is not
valid, or does not exist." Does anyone know what I need to do to get that
second drive to show up in My Computer so I can copy
data from it to my master drive?

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