Question about Cavalry Storage Cavalry 500GB 3.5 7200RPM USB 2.0 External with One Touch Back-Up 500 GB Hard Drive
I dropped the hard drive about two feet because when I went to pick it up it was insanely hot (maybe another problem?).
It still turns on and sounds as if it's working but my computer won't recognize it. A screw came loose and I tightened it. Any idea what I can do?
Maybe when it dropped it shattered a bit of the circuit board....
Or a wire came loose, maybe the Ex HDD pin has broke. Unsure.
Do you at all hear any clicking? That you may not of heard before?
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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