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USN external harddisk

I purchase an external hardisk and upon plug in teh USB, the setup started. It shows that teh computer recognized the hard disk. But why it does not appears in My Computer.. There is no device listed in my Computer

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  • wishmaster10 May 11, 2010

    Most of the time you have to install drivers for a external hard drive did this come with a install cd and who is it made by

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You shouldnt need drivers unless its a Windows 98 PC. Right click my computer and select manage, when the box pops up select disk management. You should be able to see the drive and format it for use.

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