If you can see your drives with a yellow caution symbol in device manager, then just uninstall them and reboot. Windows should "find" them again as new hardware and reinstall the drivers. Hopefully, unless there is a mechanical error or unless your drivers are corrupted, you'll get your drives back.
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I tried it. No worky