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Can it be connected to more than one computer?


Yap this is possible by sharing your External hdd from your physically connected Computer. Follow the instruction under the following.
Connect the external hard drive to the computer and turn it on. Go to "My Computer." Right-click the name of the external hard drive that you want to share and select "Properties." Click the "Sharing" tab and select "Advanced Sharing."

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How can I reset?


There is no option for reset of your portable hard drive. You have to format it.
Caution: If you format then your all data can be loosed.

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How do i restore my files back on my computor


You can either drag and drop files on to the desktop or into a open folder of choice.Or you can right click any file ....copy (this leaves the original on the backup device) and paste into a file or folder.if a file in the computer has been corrupted or deleted then open the folder and copy the backup file into it.never move it because you will lose the backup copy.

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Back up 50% took 10 hours still backing up. should it take this long?


That depends on how much data you are backing up, and the speed of your connection. Also some providers will automatically throttle down your speed once you reach a certain amount of data.The only thing you normally need to backup are documents and pictures. It sounds like you might have started a full system backup that will also include the operating system.

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I have 60 gb of pics from my grandsons lives on a clickfree 1tb external drive. We moved, I plugged it back in, and now I can't access the data.


Yes, it probably is recoverable. I have often recovered data from drives with this issue but it is not simple and if you make a mistake you can further damage your data. Your best bet is to contact a data recover specialist. Try to remember that hard drives are physical devices and all physical devices will eventually fail. If something is important, you need to have more than one copy.

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Why isn't my clickfree C6 backing up my files on the second time I needed to backup my files it just keep saying that it is backing up but all colums saying 0


It would appear that your Clickfree C6 is stuck on searching when attempting to backup. If you find that the backup is stuck at this phase, where 0 files are backed up and the status reads "searching for files": you should be able to resolve this issue by applying an update from Clickfree's website.


Pre-requisites:
-Administrator rights
-A computer using Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 (32-bit, or 64-bit is okay)
-The C6 must be detected correctly by the computer (where both CF_Storage and Clickfree_System appear in Computer/My Computer)


Try the following to resolve the Stuck on Searching issue:
1. Ensure that your Clickfree device is plugged into USB
2. Close any open applications that may be running
3. Using a web browser, navigate to the following address: http://www.storage-corp.com/customerservice/C6_Updater_search_issue.exe
• The website will prompt for a username, use: cssupport
• The website will prompt for a password, use: cssupport
4. When prompted, save the file to your desktop
5. Double click on the file named "C6_Updater_search_issue.exe"
6. The update will take place automatically. Do not close the update application until completion.
7. When the update is complete, click on the OK button
8. Disconnect your Clickfree from USB
9. Plug the Clickfree back into USB


Attempt another backup to see if the issue persists.

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Clickfree hd 735 manual


Clickfree hd 735 is an external hard drive backup solution. The manual can be downloaded here.

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I need to format my HD325 click free for mac


I'm sure the OP no longer needs to format their Clickfree C1 HD325 for use on Mac OS X, but I'll answer this question for anyone else who may need a solution.


Before you begin, there are a few things that you should know about Clickfree C1 and Mac OS X compatibility:
-Most Clickfree devices are compatible with Mac OS X 10.5 or higher, but there are some Clickfree C1 devices that aren't compatible with Mac OS X. If your Clickfree C1 was manufactured prior to 2009: your Clickfree C1 won't be compatible with Mac OS X.
-Take a look at the label located underneath the Clickfree C1: if you see WD08xxXM (WD08 is what's important here, you can ignore the rest of the numbers/letters that follow), your Clickfree won't be Mac OS X compatible.
-Formatting the Clickfree C1 using HFS+ will prevent any Windows operating system from detecting the Clickfree correctly. Try formatting the Clickfree in NTFS from a Windows computer for compatibility with both Mac OS X and Windows.




Pre-requisites:
-A Mac using OS X version 10.5 or better
-Administrator rights






Try the following steps to format your Clickfree C1 for use on a Mac (note that this will erase the contents on your Clickfree C1):
a. Using your keyboard, press the option key + command key + spacebar at the same time; a finder window will appear
b. In the search field located at the top-right of the window, type: Disk Utility
c. Finder will perform a search, and will display the Disk Utility application icon; double-click on the Disk Utility. The Disk Utility application will start
d. Plug your Clickfree into USB, wait a few moments for the application to recognize the Clickfree
e. Click on Clickfree Backup Media from the left side of the Disk Utility window
f. Select the Erase tab
g. Click on the Volume Format drop-down, select: "Mac OS Extended (Journaled)"
h. In the Name field, type: CF_Storage
i. Click on the "Erase" button.
j. Once the erasing is complete, close the application
k. Unplug your Clickfree from USB
l. Plug your Clickfree back into USB

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