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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Freecom 400 GB external hard
sounds like you have a hardware problem...you should look into trying this drive on another system to see if the same thing is happening without the drive software ...and if it works try to recover all your data from this drive as soon as possible...hardware problems are most time intermittent ... so they work now then say after a while they stop...
Posted on Apr 13, 2008
I'll assume your using Windows.
I'll assume it's a USB drive.
I'll assume it is an external drive.
And I'll assume it's formatted as NTFS.
Try using the USB (or FireWire) port for anouther drive to see if that is the problem, if it is then reinstall the driver for the port, through the Computer Managment Concole (assuming yur using windows).
If you formatted the drive as FAT, re-format it as NTFS.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
Have a look here>
I can't see any Mac drivers for the drive...
I found this page>
You might be able to get some help here...
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
Probable reason for failure of a disk is power, if the power is adequate may be some of its components like inductor, diodes in series with the power line are opened, check for any burn marks on the pcb
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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