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My Itunes are stored in a Seagate Free Agent drive.
When on itunes, the songs start to cut out, and then after a while won't play at all, because the computer says no drive is hooked up. I have checked all cords and they are fine. I can unplug the cords and then plug them back in, and sometimes, the drive will then be recognized by computer, but not always.
I can restart my computer, and once in a while the Seagate will be recognized, but not always. So it is kind of hit and miss, if I get the itunes to working.
Thanks for your help.
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Posted on Aug 12, 2008
Is this a USB drive?
Try turning off Enhanced USB support, from the Device Manager in Windows; this will allow it to be read, a little slower though.
Posted on Dec 09, 2007
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