Question about Seagate (9W2041-337) 40 GB Hard Drive
My Seagate 40 GB external hard drive was disconnected from my computer without being ejected and now an error message reads each time I plug it in. It reads: Disk Insertion- The disk you are inserting can not be read by this computer. and then there are 3 options; Initialize, Ignore, Eject. I tried plugging it into 2 other computers and the same error came up. The icon won't show up on my desktop or on the hard drive but when I check Disk Utilities it will show up but can not be read.
The hard drive was originally formatted for a PC and I was using it with Mac products. I had to delete all the information on the hard drive so that I could reformat the external hard drive to work with my Macbook Pro.
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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