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Date Code Information on ExcelStor Callisto 80GB drive label

Is the datecode 20050124 (24/10/2005) the date of manufacture?
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Yeah u can find on top sticker of hd.

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Can not be formated


Manufacturer of the hard-drive?
Date of manufacture? (It is printed on the top of the hard-drive)
Size of hard-drive? 8GB ? 500 GB?
SATA or EIDE interface?
Serial-number? (Use this number on the manufacturer's web-site to check the end-date for the warranty.)

Oct 06, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How to format excelstor hardisk?


For your specific operating system, assuming that Windows is running, locate Admistrative Tools -> Disk management.
You should see Disk 0 or Disk 1 with your Excelstor 80GB drive: if you do not have a partition, create one or more partition, assign drive letter(s) and then format using the context menu.
If you do not see the drive in the Disk Management screen, then your Bios has not been setup properly or your drive is not connected properly.
Hope it helps.

Sep 27, 2010 | Excelstor Technology J880 Hard Drive

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Product key


Remove the hard-drive from your computer.
There will be gummed label on the top of the drive,
giving the date of manufacture, the model-number, and the serial-number. Use the serial-number, and the manufacturer's web-site, to check if the hard-drive is still under a valid warranty.

Jun 12, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I have changed hard drive to ExcelStor Callisto 80GB, and i can't update windows xp sp1 to sp2


What error-message(s) do you get?

Access http://www.microsoft.com/downloads
and download Windows XP Service Pack 3,
and install it.

You do *NOT* need to install SP2 before installing SP3.

Dec 26, 2009 | Excelstor Technology J880 Hard Drive

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I have a 80GB disk, but only 30GB is a recognized partition by Windows.i need instructions


Most likely the problem is that you have another blank partition. The Microsoft disk management tool can probably solve this. This is a tutorial on how to use it. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/309000/

Let us know if this works out for you.

May 24, 2008 | Excelstor Technology J880 Hard Drive

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Harddrive problems


Was this 80GB cloned (copied) from an old 30GB disk?

Open Computer Management window doing this:

Start button - settings - control panel - administrative tools - computer management.
In the window that open, on the left hand side pane, expand Storage and click Disk Management. On the left hand side window, lower pane you should see a list of disks. See Disk 0,Basic <disk size>, Online. Do you see the 80GB as disk size? To the right you would see a series of boxes. Probably you see (C:) 30GB NTFS Healthy (system). Do you see to the right of it a box with 50GB (unknown partition)?

If so, you do have a 80GB disk, but only 30GB is a recognized partition by Windows. You can still use the the unknown partition. Post back here if you need instructions.

Dec 31, 2007 | Excelstor Technology J880 Hard Drive

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Internal 80gb harddrive excelstor j880


Was this 80GB cloned (copied) from an old 30GB disk?

Open Computer Management window doing this:

Start button - settings - control panel - administrative tools - computer management.
In the window that open, on the left hand side pane, expand Storage and click Disk Management. On the left hand side window, lower pane you should see a list of disks. See Disk 0,Basic <disk size>, Online. Do you see the 80GB as disk size? To the right you would see a series of boxes. Probably you see (C:) 30GB NTFS Healthy (system). Do you see to the right of it a box with 50GB (unknown partition)?

If so, you do have a 80GB disk, but only 30GB is a recognized partition by Windows. You can still use the the unknown partition. Post back here if you need instructions.

Dec 31, 2007 | Excelstor Technology J880 Hard Drive

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