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No install CD for NexxTech NHDE35

I need a download of the install cd for NexxTech NHDE35 3.5inch Hard Drive Enclosure

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  • dresdenron Jul 23, 2009

    This unit came with an install CD that was broken. I have used the unit it with some PC's and it was Plug nPlay and workd O.K. Some other (older) machines need the drivers on the CD.

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    Zach May 11, 2010

    you shouldnt need a cd for a external hard drive enclosure it should be plug and play, whats it doing when you plug it in?

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Apple MacOS 9, Apple MacOS X, Microsoft Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP will support these If your using Vista It wont work, and no upload is available.

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Lost the CD for NexxTech External Hard Drive Enclosure


Try the following
Is your external HD (Seagate + Enclosure) being seen by your computers USB system ? When you connect it, is there any action at the bottom right of your screen ? Any messages saying 'New hardware found' ?
If you get this, or even if you don't, try My Computer > right click > management. Click on Disk Management in the new window that opens. The window will change or a new one will open (I can't remember). You might see, in addition to your internal (system) HD, an your floppy, an you CD/DVD, another disk which is marked a unallocated or uninitialized. Right click on that [Do not select you system disk or any disk which may contain data by mistake] ; a menu should come down which may have the choice 'New Partition' which brings up a windows Wizard, Go through that, selecting the defaults if uncertain, ending with clicking on finish. Your disk should now begin formatting - it may take some time depending on how big your disk is. Do not select your system disk by accident. When this is finished your disk will show up in Windows File Explorer. This is the outline for Windows XP, but I think other versions od Windows offer a similar facility.
If this fails, try a different jumper select on your (Seagate) disk; I do not know what the correct jumper setting is.

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My Nexxtech nhde35 ext. hard drive is suddenly not working. Now when I plug it in, the indicator light alternately blinks red/blue. The PC does not see the drive at all. Tried swapping to another hard...


Seems most likely that the drive enclosure has failed, since swapping to a different HD made no difference. If so enclosure will have to be repaired, or replaced.

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NHDE35 Enclosure


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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HARD DRIVE ENCLOSURE RECOGNITION BY MY PC PROBLEM


Had the same problem today. I finally noticed that the pin bay on the enclosure was large enough to allow the pins to be offset by one pin set. The open pins were hidden by wires. Once I carefully aligned the pins, everything worked fine.

Robert

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Can't get file to open off old hard drive


Vista runs NTFS...if your old XP-based machine was not, try converting to it (you'll probably need to put back in the old machine to do it)...I don't think that's the problem though as my older XP-based computer was running NTFS & my Vista-based machine keeps dinging & asking to try USB 2.0...It is USB 2.0,I then tried the setup disk and it says I have to remove the current 2.0 driver already in the Vista (I don't think so!)...I'm thinking that a Vista driver (from whatever sourse) will be needed,,,lacking that I'll return mine to Best Buy and try another brand that supports Vista.

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My old Dell HD will not fit in HP w/vista


i see..well..was the old hard drive running xp by chance?..seems that with the new vista, that each application would need to be upgraded with drivers to pull the old data..another option is to use a data recovery service.

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Problem setting up Enclosure


Please check if your jamper of the hardrive must be set to primary settings. Or possible your usb connector having lost contact problem.

Hope this will be helpful to you.

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Nexxtech 3.5" Hard Drive Enclosure (NHDE35)


I'm not saying this will solve all problems, but it solved it for me. I am running Vista and got this to work following someone's instructions from another forum.

The slot in the enclosure that you plug the hard drive into has one set of holes fewer than the hard drive has pins. This means you can plug the hard drive in two ways "left" and "right" if you will. I had to plug my hard drive in so that the unused pins were farthest from the power cable that plugs into the hard drive.

Incidentally this made the screw holes line up better, too.

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