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Portable harddisk not detected

Hi friends i have 120gb portable hard drive it was not detected in any computer give me solution...

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  • Madaba Mar 01, 2009

    The portable hard drive is just not detected on either my laptop or the PC. Both run on Windows XP. I tried to switch it on and off to have it detected, but to no vail. Please help

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If any computer don't detect it, then its broken! You may take it to nearest computer repair center and see if there is anything to fix.

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Chillimar

Posted on Jan 27, 2009

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