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My computer recognizes the external hard drive and performs the backup. but i can't get the program to open so i can see the dialogue box and make changes to the back plans. there's a box in my bottom tool bar that indicates maxtor manager is open, but when i click on it, it won't maximize. likewise, when i look at the windows task manager, it tells me it's running. but i can't get it to cooperate! please help!

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