Question about Transcend TS320GSJ25M2 - Storejet 25M2 320 Gb 2.5" External Hard Drive - Usb 2.0 - Sata - 5400 Rpm - 8 Mb Buffer
Posted by Anonymous on
First check whether the device is working on another computer. if it is then there are driver issues on the computer you got this message from. if not then your casing interface is not working right. you can get the data off the hard drive by removing the casing and plugging the drive to a desktop computer.
Posted on Feb 22, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Probably not the right answer for your problem. Mine is an external 1 TB Simple Drive. Mine wouldn't respond at all. I unplugged the power cable from the back of the hard drive and replugged it in and instantly it worked (with the computer and hard drive plugged in). I had tried rebooting the computer, plugging/unplugging over and over into the computer and that didn't work.
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
You'll have to work your way through the various options but using the device manager menus and options, you need to give your drive a name or letter incator.
Avoid A:, B:, C:, D:, E:, F:, or G: depending on how many HDD and Disk drives you have.
Posted on Jun 28, 2010
SOURCE: Storejet problem
1. Go to my computer and right click then click manage, go to disk management and see if your external harddisk is showed.If showed,then you can see the options there to manipulate your harddisk, either you format it or repartition.
2. You can use also a disk manager software to fully control the function.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
connect the USB external hard disk to usb port by the way disconnect other working harddisks
available on the system, boot the system with bootable cd/floppy go to command prompt and run
chkdsk on this drive
Also download "mbrfix" connect all working harddisks along with the nondetecting harddisk and run mbrfix for the USB defective harddisk
Try using different USB data transfer cable, if power source adapter is used check for rated power output in multimeter for this adapter, if found defective replace it with new/good adapter with same
Bad luck if harddisk controller has failed you have to go in for new harddisk
GOOD LUCK ooo
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
This is most likely because your hard disk is formatted using FAT32 which has a limitation of 2GB file size. Backup your data in another location and format the disk to NTFS and you should be able to copy that big file.
Posted on Mar 08, 2011
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