Okay that was a good bit of advice but it doesnt show up under your C: drive since it is not a part of your C: drive. You have to format the partition in order to get it to show up.
Why you PC has your SATA as a removable device i dont know. I have 2 SATA HDD installed and neither one is listed. I think it might have something to do with the partition you just created.
Definitions of Logical Drive on the Web:
The partitioning or division of a large hard drive into smaller units. A single, large Physical Drive can be partitioned into two or more smaller Logical Drives.
The internal division of a large hard disk into smaller units. One single physical drive may be organized into several logical drives for convenience; DOS supports up to 23 logical drives on a system. On a single-floppy system, the disk drive can function as both logical drive A and logical drive B, depending on the exact circumstances.
Disk storage on a network server, represented logically by a name or letter to facilitate access from user workstations. The drive does not physically exist, but is treated as though it does.
A disk drive that the operating system (OS) recognizes.
In computer engineering, hard disk drive partitioning is the creation of logical divisions upon a hard disk that allows one to apply operating system-specific logical formatting.
I have another way around this but it is long and drawn out. It will allow you to create more partitions but it does involve some work.