Question about Intel Motherboard
I Have Need to ''manufacturer-supplied hardware support disk'' For Universal Ghost
And Also What Every System Have ''manufacturer-supplied hardware support disk'' Same Or Different
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Click on Start, then RIGHT-click on My Computer, click on Manage. In the left pane expand Storage if necessary and click on Disk Management. Look in the LOWER RIGHT pane and scroll through all the hardware devices it shows there.
Do you see that external drive there?
If not, you have a hardware problem.
IF you can see the unit in Disk Management's lower right pane, look at the main block which has info on it.
It will show a Volume Name like My Disk or something, a Windows letter name like E, a size, a File System like NTFS, and a status. What are those?
If it simply has no letter name you can assign one by right-clicking on it.
If its File System is shown as "RAW", you have a little corrupted info in the disk control files. It may ask if you want to Format the disk and you are right to NOT do that.
3. Does it display the same info if you connect it to another PC?
4. IF the unit lights up but does not show anywhere as a valid piece of hardware, it is still possible that the HDD inside it is OK with good data, and the problem is with the case - its power supply or communication interface chips.
If that is the case, a simple way to check is to open the external case , uninstall the HDD unit inside, then install it temporarily in a desktop PC.
BUT your external unit MAY be one designed for use with laptops, and those have slightly different connectors on the, you would need an adapter to make the connections to the desktop machine.
But if you can do that, a good HDD will just show up like any other installed HDD. If that happens you can look more closely at the empty case as the culprit.
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if you physically unplug a device restart your computer then plug it in it should activate found new hardware wizard if you are having problems with a certain device it could be a driver issue
if your computer came with a motherboard disk the drivers could be on it
click start control panel administrative tools computer management device manager scroll down universal serial bus controllers you could see a yellow question / exclamation mark? ! or a red X
you will need to update/reinstall drivers
right click to reinstall drivers
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