Question about BYTECC Computers & Internet
I have several ME-720 enclosures along with large drives inside. I recently turned one off, unplugged, and left for a weekend. When I returned I attempted to turn the drive back on but found only the front light blinking on and off slowly. I opened the case and found that the fan would rotate a small amount when the light turned on but would not continue spinning. I find no reference to this "error" from the manufacturer and wonder what it might be doing. Thanks for any help, Dan Terpstra email@example.com
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Tv wont turn on ???
sounds like a power regulator problem, a horizontal drive problem,or the horizontal output is shorted because of a bad flyback transformer. If your not a technician there are no user serviceable parts inside these sets and i would advise you to take the set to a pro and have it diagnosed as you could get seriously killed fooling around inside of a tv set. God Luck
Posted on May 15, 2006
I had the same problem with the blinking light and the drive not working. I read the posts here and on other sites and figured the power supply was the problem. I held the power supply up to my ear and could hear a crackling or sizzling sound every time the logo blinked. I don't have time to tear apart the drive and hook it up to a PC to get my files so I went to the I/O site and ordered a new power supply for $14 and it arrived today. The drive is working fine. No need to buy an enclosure. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
SOURCE: Drive won't boot
Thry this: turn your computer OFF. Gently unplug and replace the data cable connection to the computer several times. Do the same to the drive end of the cable. Leave one end unplugged. Turn on the computer and when the Mac os is set up and waiting for you, plug the drive in and see if the computer recognizes and reads the drive. The problem is usually corrosion on the contacts that prevent proper contact.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
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