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1. ide cable/sata cable is properly seated.
2. your jumper configuration is correct (slave, single, cableselect)
3. your power cable is properly seated in the back of the harddrive.
1. your firewire/usb connection is properly plugged.
2. your power cable for the hdd is connected and the enclosure power switch is on.
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
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