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My freeagent go drive is not recognized by the computer at all

When i plugged in my drive today it is not recognized by my computer

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    I HAVE THE BLAC HARD DRIVER 125FREE AGENT GO AND WE HAVE PROBLEM THE USB THE SAE AS TO WE HAVE NOT INSTAL DRAVERS

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