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NHDE35 Enclosure I have the NHDE35 enclosure and when I connect it to the USB, it shows that a device connected but in MY COMPUTER nothing is shown ad a device. any idea or help be appreciated. P.S I have tried to put my Seagate HD 7200.7 in a master, slave or other options before with no success.

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Posted by Decoder1 on Feb 25, 2009 I also had a problem with XP not recognizing the hard drive. The USB Mass Storage Device was reporting a Code 10 (Device cannot start). Ryockey provided the solution in that the drive pins can be offset by one set when connected to the interface. Be careful to get the pins aligned correctly, it worked for me. I also have my drive jumper set for Master. Thanks Robert!
Randy P.S. I am using a Seagate 250 GB HD 7200.7 Ultra ATA

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