Question about Computers & Internet
A couple of things could be wrong...
Possible Solution: Plug the hard drive into another port to see if that helps.
Possible Solution: Plug in hard drive while computer is off and then boot with the hard drive connected and on.
Possible Solution: Check for and remove the USB Mass Storage Device inside of device manager under the USB devices section
Possible Solution: Go into device manager, administrative tools, computer management, disk management
Check for the hard drive there. It might be listed without a drive letter. You should be able to right click on the partition for the drive and assign drive letter.
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