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What is the power supply to this hard drive 220volt or 12 volt

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SOURCE: power supply details for Maxtor 500 gb, external hard drive and ? manual

The PSU for my Maxtor 500Gb 9NZ2A4-500 drive is 12V DC, 2A rating, 2.1mm "plug" with centre "hole" as positive.

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SOURCE: seagate hard drive will not power up

You have to be running NT, XP or Vista to access the drive. I take the power cable out, then plug it back in. Or try rebooting with the hard drive plugged in. Also purchase a USB Extension port so you can unplug the USB when not in use to stave off overheating. Go to Seagate and download Seatools. Also Download the source code for the drive while you are there.

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set your bios to boot from your normal drive, not the ide buffalo drive ...

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SOURCE: Is 12 Volts DC and

The correct adapter is 12V 1.5A, 500 mA will not be enough current for the drive.

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