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Hi Regin, I used to have a WD drive and one day I started having all sorts of formatting issues. The WD was very sensitive and then a week or so later, it started making clicking noises, and then a day later it died. I returned it and got a new WD but in less than 8 months, I lost all my data again! I never bothered asking WD for a new one, and used it as a door stopper for a year or more! Eventually, I threw it away about a year ago. I recently read that someone whose WD drive crashed threw it in the freezer and left it there for a couple days and then it was fine!!! I am telling you the truth, i read that here on FixYa! In any case, be care, be tender. Dont think that just because you have a back up drive that you are protected! My experience suggests that there is something wrong with a number of WD drives! We should all get our money bacK! I would use another kind of back up system, personally.
If you are using Microsoft, have you tried using the driver search tool? When Windows says it does not recognize a drive via pop up, click it to have the option for windows to search for the drivers online. If that doesn't work, you can manually search for drivers, which can probably be found on Micro Solutions' website. If the PC cannot detect any drive at all, then odds are the installation was incorrectly done.
You need to type the password as it is asking for a password that has been installed.
you may wish to follow this up:
If you have lost
windows password, the best thing for you is creating a password
reset disk.Actually,when you add a password to your pc,the
first thing you should do is creating a disk in case you lost the
password.But how to make a password reset disk after you have lost
the password ? Follow these You need to prepare: 1:A blank
CD/DVD or USB flash drive 2.A computer which can link to
internet 3.A program called Windows
Password Key Then let's begin Step 1.Login to a PC which
can link to internet,Download and install the program from in that
PC Step 2.Run the program and burn to CD/DVD OR USB flash
drive Step 3.Turn to your locked PC,insert the newly create CD or
USB to your drive.Reboot the Computer
and then follow the instructions,it is very easy to use.
hi if ur system is provided with two drives then u can use the second drive.. if not then u have to go for a change of new rom..since u said that ur light wont even flash it means that ir drive doesnt detect that particular rom and it has got damaged....
I Dont Think Anyone Gets An Installation Disc With A ROM Wierd..........
Anyway U Should Just Plug It In (The Drive) And It Should Plug and Play Function. If You Are Running Vista or XP
OtherWise If A box Appears That Cannot Locate Driver Or Insert Installation Disc Like In Vista Just Browse My Computer From There and Put This Address to Search - YOur Win Drive
ex -: C:/Windows And Search All Drivers Should Get Installed IF This Doesnt Work Just Comment Or If U Dnt Understand Just Comment On This I Have Some More Solutions...................................................................