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click start right click on my computer you should see your drive select properties click tools check now tick both boxes automatically fix files and scan for and attempt recovery on any bad sectors then select check now

start should schedule this task when restart if this is the hard drive with your operating system on it
i have found the best results ticking one box and wait until its finished then return and tick the other box
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I have been using this Transcend FlashDrive 4Gb data stick for more than 2 years. Suddenly my computer refuses to recognize it. I tried in other computers too, but to no avail. How do I go about...


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Retrieving data from dead hard drive


Retrieving data fromdamaged hard disk is possible. There are companies that can remove the diskplatters from the damaged hard drive and with special equipment may beable to recover your data, but it will cost you an arm and a leg for theirservices. The reason for this high cost, they dismantle and remove the plattersin the hard drive in a clean room environment and set up the platters up injig/drive to retrieve/copy the data. First thing I would try isto remove the damaged hard drive and connect it to an USB hard drive adapterand then plug this adapter into a working computer's USB port. If thiscomputer sees this hard drive as an external hard drive and you can open thevarious folders and files, then I would backup your data. If the hard drive is notdetected then the hard drive is dead and data cannot be retrieved with thismethod.

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I have a w.d. external HD all my files is gone, so how can i get it again? but if i check the propeties the used space is it there.. so how can get back again?


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There are a variety of things that can malfunction on your external hard drive: 
1) The cable 
2) The external hard drive casing 
3)  The hard drive itself

If you have tried plugging in your hard drive to different computers and are still having the same issue, then there is either a problem with your casing or with the hard drive itself, because you've already switched out cables.   
If your hard drive casing has malfunctioned, then retrieving your data is as simple as putting the hard drive inside another hard drive enclosure.  Hard drive enclosures are available at any local computerstore, and also available by going to our website at www.iomagic.com and clicking on Drive Enclosure.  Make sure to get the right size enclosure.  The GigaBank 320 has a 3.5" Hard Drive inside it, which is a standard desktop hard drive.

If you put your hard drive in another enclosure and it still won't show up on any of your computers, then your best bet at retrieving your data is to contact a data recovery specialist.   After you have retrieved your data, we will replace your unit if you are still within your warranty period. 

For specific warranty and replacement information, go to www.iomagic.com  and click on Support. 

Have a nice day,
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Have you looked both in Device Manager and in Disk Management?
Have you tried plugging your external hard drive into another computer?  
If it isn't recognized on multiple computers, then you are probably experiencing a hardware failure.  
There are a variety of things that can malfunction on your external hard drive:

1) The USB cable - Have you tried switching the USB cable? 
2) The external hard drive casing 
3)  The hard drive itself 

If your hard drive casing has malfunctioned, then retrieving your data is as simple as putting the hard drive inside another hard drive enclosure.  Hard drive enclosures are available at any local computer store, and also available on our website.  Make sure to get the right size enclosure.  The I250HD35 has a 3.5" Hard Drive inside it, which is a standard desktop hard drive.

If you put your hard drive in another enclosure and it still won't show up on any of your computers, then your best bet at retrieving your data is to contact a data recovery specialist.   After you have retrieved your data, we will replace your unit if you are still within the warranty period. For specific warranty and replacement information, go to www.iomagic.com and click on Support.
 
Have a nice day, 
I/O Magic Technical Support

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There are a variety of things that can malfunction on your external hard drive:
1) The USB cable - Have you tried switching the USB cable?
2) The external hard drive casing
3)  The hard drive itself
If your hard drive casing has malfunctioned, then retrieving your data is as simple as putting the hard drive inside another hard drive enclosure.  Hard drive enclosures are available at any local computer store, and also available by going to our website at www.iomagic.com and clicking on Drive Enclosure.  Make sure to get the right size enclosure.  The I250HD35 has a 3.5" Hard Drive inside it, which is a standard desktop hard drive.

If you put your hard drive in another enclosure and it still won't show up on any of your computers, then your best bet at retrieving your data is to contact a data recovery specialist.   After you have retrieved your data, we will replace your unit if you are still within your warranty period. For specific warranty and replacement information, go to www.iomagic.com and click on Support.
Have a nice day,
I/O Magic Technical Support
 

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