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A simple Question! How do I access the saved files on my Seagate FreeAgent Desktop Drive 500Gb?

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    Lee Hodgson May 11, 2010

    can you explain the problem in more detail please

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Make sure the Seagate is connected to your computer and computer recognize it, then when its already recognize by the computer just opne up Mycomputer and you should see there the seagate, just double click on it and you should be able to access all the files save on it....

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