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I originally bought it from Dell for automatic backup but it did not work so that I have never used it. I now would like to use it as an external hard drive to which I can save specific files. Is this possible-to cancal the automatic backup and convert it to a simple external hard drive?
Uninstall the automatic backup software and format the drive you purchased from them and you should be good to go.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Simplest solution: back up the data on the drive and repartition it (which will wipe it). Otherwise it sounds like it could be a problem with the file tree or structure of the drive, the configuration files could be corrupt, some program could have stored temporary files in a hidden place that cannot be deleted without making the program delete them, etc. If you are on a mac, spotlight Disk Utility and use it to repartition. If you are on a PC use the search thing from the start menu and find a program called disk management (or something similar to that, you'll know it when you see it.) external drives are annoying. i kick mine into the wall periodically for good measure.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
The other comments are not the easiest way to free up space on the drive. The reason you aren't seeing a change in free space is because of a drive error (probably unplugged without unmounting). So First open up disk utilities and fix the hard drive (should only take 1-2 min). After the drive is fixed select erase free space (zero out data is fine for now). This usually takes about 20 min for me with a 120 gig hard drive. This allows you to have the free space without having to move all of those files around (which for me would be a problem because I have 100 gigs used on my drive, which would take forever).
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
May I know the Model # of the External Hard Drive?
You can directly copy the data that you want to backup and paste it in the external Hard Drive. You can also right click on the folder/data and select sent to option--->and then select the external hard drive (a drive letter will be assigned to the external hard drive also).
Posted on Jun 25, 2010
Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43).
Try reinstalling the driver software for your external drive.
Did you plug in a usb flash card? something that may have reassigned drive letters?
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
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