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can't get MacBook to see both external (NTFS) drives

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I've mounted a NTFS-formatted 3.5" drive into an external case. But, when I plug it into my mac, it can't read it. Disk utility reads it as disk2s1, but I can't see my glorious collection that it holds.

I've done the exact same process with another disk, and it worked perfectly. Any ideas?

Thanks, as always, for any help.
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