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I have a 1 Terabyte Iomega hard drive model # MDHD10T-UT Serial # JPA80302B8 I just stopped showing up on my desktop and I can not mount it. I have tried Disk Warrior, Data Rescue II and FileSalvage. Still no luck. The light for the drive goes on but it doesn't show up as connected no matter what I do. Can the drive be repaired?

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  • duckpondale May 11, 2010

    is it a internal harddrive what is your os if vista you can go into computer managment storage activate disk and format

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The Drive is not damaged - the power supply has failed it has happened to me 3 times.
Currently Im trying to get additional power supplies from Iomega. If I get additional info I will updated

Posted on Aug 03, 2009

  • msarr Aug 06, 2009

    Iomega Online Store.

    To purchase that power supply you will actually need to contact our technical support divison. Their phone number is 800-940-6392 Option 2

    Let them know that it is your first time calling and are wanting to purchase a power supply.

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Do you still have that drive unit??? I need the pcb willing to buy it
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