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Ibm t43, xp pro won't recognize my WD my book

IBM T43 and Western Digital "my book" compatibilities issues



laptop begins to recognize external hard drive and then states some error exists in WD external harddrive

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  • mjwiki Feb 28, 2009

    My laptop wont recognize my external drive but it shows up as listed in my devices. I cannot find it in My Computer.

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