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Did you use Disk Manager to see if the drives are showing up there? If they show up in Disk Manager and have not automatically been assigned a drive letter, you can assign them one directly from Disk Manager.

Windows file explorer or My Computer will not be able to recognize a drive formatted to the Mac format. (HFS+) However, Disk Manager will be able to see it.
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