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Probably not the right answer for your problem. Mine is an external 1 TB Simple Drive. Mine wouldn't respond at all. I unplugged the power cable from the back of the hard drive and replugged it in and instantly it worked. I had tried rebooting the computer, plugging/unplugging over and over into the computer and that didn't work.
I had a similar problem on SatPro6100. Mine was LSSSLSSL (10010001).
Thinking that the laptop was buggered I decided I would take it apart and have a look at the insides.
Whilst it was apart I also disconnected the BIOS battery.
Couldn't find anything that looked like it had burnt out so put it all back together again.
When I turned it on again the darn thing was working fine!!!
The whole thing was apart for about 2 hours or so.
I don't know if it was removing the main battery and leaving it out for
that time or whether it was resetting the BIOS (by disconnecting its
battery) that fixed the problem.
Anyway, I have managed to get all my data off the laptop so not too worried if it screws up again.
I do however always disconnect the power source BEFORE shutting down
the laptop and only reconnect it after I have pressed the on button.
Seems to be working fine (for now!)
THIS WORKS....Here try this...unplug everything including the power cable...press and hold the button on the unit for 10 seconds. after that hook the unit back in the power cord first..and it should work...files and everythin are there...I got this from tech support and it worked for me