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Won't turn ON

I have a I/OMagic #I522452EU DVD Burner and somehow it stopped working this morning when I went to turn it ON. I changed the USB port position, unplugged the rear connection and still it won't turn ON. I flipped the rear ON & OFF switch. My computer doesn't reconginize it either. Does the USB cord also act as the power cord? If yes, it's fried. If no, then the power cord for this DVDBurner is somewhere behind my huge desk.

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Tmilligan,
This is an external burner right? They usually have a power supply and wall plug and don't power up from the USB. To make sure check the drive to see if there is a plug for a power cord on the enclosure back. My money is on that you will need to call some friends to help you move the desk.
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