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I turned off my Acomdata HD160U2E-509 external hard drive while going on vacation. When I returned home and turned it on, it's status light began to blink between red and blue at a constant rate. I assume that means it has an error somewhere. However, without being able to find the hard drive at all on my computer, I can't fix it. Is there any way to fix the drive, or at least be able to see it?
It might still be connected but may need a letter assigned to the drive, go into disk management and if it is there right click it and assign it a letter. If it is not then look at this forum for more ideas
I hope this helps
to get into disk management, go to Control Panel> administrative tools> computer management and will see disk managment in the left menu (for vista)
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