Question about Computers & Internet
Seems to be not getting power, but I tried different AC outlets that I know are working and no go. What else can I do to see if it's broken?
It may not be your hard drive but the enclosure casing that is not powering up your drive. If you are a self do'er, open the enclosure and take the hard drive out. The hard drive should be a SATA. Do only this if the warranty has expired otherwise you will void the warranty. You can purchase another enclosure for your SATA drive. To test if the hard drive is still operable, you will need to open the case and connect the hard drive to a SATA controller via a data cable/15 pin power connector. If you're a novice, I recommend getting a hard drive docking station which will connect via usb to your computer/laptop.
Posted on Nov 23, 2013
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