20 Most Recent Beyond Micro (BM200MD3U28M) 500 GB USB 2.0 Hard Drive Questions & Answers

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Beyond Micro... | Answered on Jan 06, 2011

Try connecting the Beyond Micro to another computer.
If the problem persists, it's the unit, not your copy of Windows XP, that is the problem.

Beyond Micro... | Answered on Nov 02, 2010

Sorry, the hard disk inside your external enclosure has suffered a mechanical failure and died. It's unfixable so take it out of the enclosure and replace it.

Beyond Micro... | Answered on Aug 19, 2010

Try downloading EASUS Partition manager http://www.partition-tool.com/. I have not used this with FAT formats but it works fine with NTFS, and allows you to alter partition sizes without losing data.

As far as I know it is only supported by Windows, so you may have to use a Windows machine to re-partition.

Beyond Micro... | Answered on Mar 09, 2010

The only thing to do is make sure you go through all Windows Updates. Then go to manufacturer's website and download Win 7 drivers. Then install via add new hardware. Sounds more like a USB driver issue...

Beyond Micro... | Answered on Dec 25, 2009

A clicking noise from a hard drive is a sign of a faulty hard drive.
That is why the computer does not see it.
The hard drive needs to be replaced.

Beyond Micro... | Answered on Oct 08, 2009

Just but a new USB drive enclosure like this:
but make sure you get the right kind. 2.5" for laptop size or 3.5" for desktop size drives. FYI - It could also be that the power brick on your old hdd enclosue one went belly up. They are typically cheaply made switch mode power supplies from China. Check the voltage and see if you have abother with the same current capacity to try. Good luck!

Beyond Micro... | Answered on Feb 04, 2018

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Beyond Micro... | Answered on Jun 14, 2017

Mine came with a "DVE Switching Adapter":

(Model: DVS-120A15FUS
Input: 100-240V ~ 50/60Hz 0.7A)

Output is +12V, 1.5 A

Diagram indicates that the outer shield is negative, I think.

Beyond Micro... | Answered on Dec 22, 2016


You can find the original drivers for this drive on the manufacturer's website, here:

Chronos HD 337 U2 Driver New Win All

Hope this helps!

Beyond Micro... | Answered on Mar 12, 2016

If you get no joy using the Troubleshooting Guide then try this...
You will need to check You Tube to find a Dismantle on your product and follow the step guide on here, the procedure should be similar.
Check 1st that your External HDD has an P.C. internal HDD inside, from You Tube, before dismatle of your External HDD. Connections for an Internal Laptop HDD may have same connections as P.C. not sure though.
Once your happy that it has continue reading and follow the step guide on the link below.
My neighbour has the Seagate FreeAgent Desk 500GB, and in under 2 weeks it started to beep and was not reconized by any Laptop or P.C. if this is the same for you with any FreeAgent Desk series ( not GO series, different procedure for GO products). You maybe in luck click this link, you may have to register in the forums to view thread.... http://www.yo-lid.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=84 Thread can be found in 'Technical' under 'General Technical Issues'
Thumbs up please if it's any use to you Thank you.

Beyond Micro... | Answered on Aug 25, 2010

It could be that the OS is not assigning a drive letter to your removable drive. To do this, go to disk management and assign one.

Assuming OS is Win 2000/XP/Vista

Right-click My Computer then Manage
Click on Disk Management
Right-click the removable drive and click on Change Drive Letter
Assign a drive letter and click OK
Your drive should now show up on My Computer

Hope this helps.

Beyond Micro... | Answered on Jul 07, 2009

Your Beyond Micro drive may have come with backup software. If it did then use it to create a backup of your PC. If not get a program from the web such as:
There are may others available for you to try out.


Beyond Micro... | Answered on Jun 16, 2008

Starting an Online Business is quiet easy, If you have a clear idea about which services you want to offer. Basic requirements for starting your online store.

1. Domain Name which reflects your services
Choose a domain name which gives an idea of what your website is going offer. You can register a domain name at Godaddy, Bigrock, and Dreamhost etc...

2. Fast and reliable Hosting plan
For the success of any online store you need a fast and reliable web hosting.

3. User friendly website
Your stores Navigation and product pages should be user friendly. If you have programming knowledge then you can do it by yourself or else you can approach any ecommerce website development company to get your work done.

Computers &... | Answered 5 minutes ago

wrong website, technical support is here..

Try http://www.plentyoffish.com/

Computers &... | Answered 34 minutes ago

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