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I/O error FDU80

When i turn on my computer it recognizes my external hard drive (Fantom Drive FDU80)but when i try to open it i get the message 'E:\is not accessible.' 'The request could not be performed because of an I/O device error' anything else plug into that same port works fine. i have been working on this for many months now because i want the material i have stored on the drive. any help you could offer would be greatly appreciated.

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  • bearpaw Dec 29, 2007

    My computer wont even recognize the Fantom FDU80. It's like... not there.

  • kdelhomme Jul 23, 2008

    it s saying that the drive is not accessible because of an I/O device error

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Enryc2: Can you explain a little further. I'm experiencing the same issue. Thanks.

Posted on May 14, 2007

  • Marc Ronick May 14, 2007

    Sorry...I meant "boldee" can you explain...

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Dear Enryc2 I don't know if you have found a solution already but this is what I tried. If this is your bootup drive, disconnect all other drives, eg., CDRom/DvDRW, FDD, USB drives and try to bootup. You may also try to update your BIOS(only if you know how to).

Posted on May 01, 2007

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