Question about Freecom (24358) 160 GB Network Hard Drive
I had a Freecom 400gb Hard drive running but it was getting close to its capacity, to solve this problem I purchased another 400gb drive. I installed the Freecom software for the second time (I had initially installed it when I purchsed my first external drive.) My computer briefly recognised that I now had two external drives. However, whenever I now turn on the computer it recognises one of the drives (the first one I installed) but not the second. Is there anything I should have done but didn't do? I look forward to your replies
Have you tried to connect those drive individually and checked if they get detected when stand-alone? If they get detected stand-alone, install the Freedom software happen. Cheers
Posted on May 24, 2007
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