For the last few days, my Seagate srd00f2 3.5" 3 tb hard drive would not show up on either my work laptop or my work laptop when I plugged it in (its light would not come on when plugged in). In searching the Internet, the problem seemed to be the enclosure of the hard drive, so I went out and purchased an Orico 3.5" 3.0 USB enclosure (3588C3), removed the hard drive from the Seagate enclosure, and installed it in the new one. It powers up fine now, and both laptops recognized it and installed it. But when I try to access the hard drive on either laptop, I now get the message "D:\ is not accessible. The volume does not contain a recognized file system. Please make sure that all required file system drivers are loaded and that the volume is not corrupted". When I go into Disk Management, I see what is in the image below (RAW file system instead of NTFS, and with partitions that are "unallocated". The "unallocated" is actually data that I need to access - this is not a new drive.
I've no idea what to do to be able to access the information on here, and would greatly appreciate any assistance you might be able to lend. Thanks!
"The volume does note contain a recognized file system":