Rock SSD doesn't show as a disk in Windows file explorer

Previously I used an external USB drive connected to my ROCK for music storage. It would show in Windows as a disk, under network locations.

I’ve just switched to an internal SSD to store the music on instead. The problem is, the SSD doesn’t show in Windows explorer like USB drive did. I can still access it by going to network and browsing to it, but it shows as a folder rather than a disk (so it won’t show how full it is, etc). \

How can I get my SSD to show as a disk in Windows?

You need to be able to read and write ext4 filesystems.

Have you tried mapping the drive in windows? It will then show up and show the information you are looking for in Windows explorer.


Here is what mine looks like:


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