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It's possible something was damaged on the interface board inside the case, or on the drive itself. If you listen to the drive and it sounds like it's spinning up normally when you turn on the power, it's probably the board. I haven't had it happen yet on my WD external drives (I have two), but I have seen 3 Maxtor brand external drives with that problem. The drive itself was fine when put into another external case.
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
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