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Our 2 Gig Triple external hard drive mounts, but then the LED lights on the back flash between red and blue very quickly, like an alarms is going off. It seems like the drive might be moving slower than normal, but I can't be sure, I'm just concerned that the drive is freaking out.

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  • jmsaikman Jan 13, 2009

    If I remove the hard drive from the enclosure, then there is nothing for the computer to mount...what do you mean?

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Try to remove the hard drive from the enclosure and plug it back in.

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