“Disk Management console view is not up-to-date” error does not occur to only one operation that performed in Disk Management. Operations like create new partition, add new drive letter, shrink partition, access USB flash drive, etc. might encounter this problem. It seems that the error happens following no rules.
How to Fix “Disk Management console view is not up-to-date” Error
A lot of factors could result in this issue, such as improper partitioning, virus attack, and sudden power outage. And to operate both previous partitions and newly created partitions, you might receive the same error message.
Assign Letter with MiniTool Partition Wizard
MiniTool Partition Wizard is a tool that can help Windows users complete both basic and advanced partitioning operations, such as create partition, format partition, assign/change drive letter, resize partition, convert file system between FAT32 and NTFS, and change partition style between MBR and GPT.
To assign letter with Partition Wizard, please download it at first, launch the program to get its main window:
Next, select the partition which do not have drive letter, and choose Change Drive Letter function from the left side.
Then, choose a letter for the partition and click “OK”
At last, click “Apply” button to make the change performed.
If Partition Wizard failed to give it a letter, you need to try another method.
Recover Inaccessible Partition with MiniTool Partition Wizard
Step 1. Install this software to your computer.
Step 2. Launch this software and register it. Then, you will enter the following interface.
Step 3. Right click the disk where the inaccessible partition resides and choose “Partition Recovery” feature.
Step 4. Set scanning range for the selected disk. Here, we suggest choosing Full Disk. Then, click “Next” to continue.
Step 5. Set scanning method for the selected scanning range and click “Next“. Firstly, you can choose Quick Scan, which is much faster. But if this scanning method fails to find desired partition, go back and choose Full Scan.
Step 6. Check all needed partitions, both existing ones and lost/deleted ones, and click on “Finish” button.
Step 7. Select the recovered partition, choose “Change Drive Letter” feature from the left action pane, and assign a letter for this recovered partition.
Step 8. Click “Apply” button on the top left corner to make all changes performed.
Now, you should be able to access the partition as well as its data.
Solutions should be different even though the error is the same. Please see the full tutorial here!