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Samsung MP0804h I cannot boot my samsung MP0804h external hard to my computer

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You dont say what you've tried already. Have you used the add hardware wizard in control panel.? Have you checked your BIOS settings to see if enabled & computer can see it.? Tap delete key during initial power up of computer is usual route in.

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My Samsung MP0804H HD is not responding. I have connected to my laptop (windows vista) It is getting detected and I can view the folders. But when I click on any folder, it is not responding...

click start control panel scroll to folder options this may vary depending on your operating system place a tick in the single click to open a folder option or if you right click on the drive/folder select properties there will be an array of options in the security tab make sure you have full control
click start control panel user accounts on the users tab,click the name of the computer administrator you must have full control be the computers "administrator"
hope this helps

Apr 17, 2011 | Samsung (MP0804H) 80 GB Hard Drive

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My samsung harddisk is so noisy making noise..... and when i conected that to ma pc pc is not going to boot

Hello their sam4ubabe

So you mean you Took it off and put it back again...

Try this sequence:..

1. Remove your Hard disk
2. Clean it, remove Dust particles around the connectors
3. Put back the Hard disk, don't tight it so much.
4. Put back those Connectors from Hard disk connectors and Power Connectors.
5. Push the connectors to tighten contacts.

Power it ON.

Lets see if it goes back.


Aug 17, 2010 | Samsung (MP0804H) 80 GB Hard Drive

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Not showen in computer

you need to properly re partition the hard drive
try c: max size

May 26, 2010 | Samsung (MP0804H) 80 GB Hard Drive

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Samsung MP0804H not working

Try the had disc on a different computer and if it works hen ok..... otherwise ........... sorry................ If the hard disc is working then use windows Xp SP2.

Apr 14, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Formatting a Samsung MP0804H IDE extrernal HDD from NTFS to FAT32

Hi there Dave, well you can use a software called Partition Magic 8 to convert your 80GB hard disk to utilise FAT32. This software is quite user friendly. There are several options for you to choose form in this software including resizing your drive and creating partitions on the fly. However some settings requites a computer restart or reboot in order to complete successfully. This software can be obtained from most software stores or even download form the internet. After installing the software and running it, your drive should show inside the programme; right click on the drive you want to change a setting and select the options available. At the 'Format' button select FAT32. You will be asked for drive letters and cluster size but you can use the default settings, then apply the settings. Once you are done with that select the Okay button in the main programme window and the formatting process will start. Hope this helped you. Cheers :-)

Feb 02, 2009 | Samsung (MP0804H) 80 GB Hard Drive

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Samsung Hard Disk MP0804H

maybe your HDD are not compatible in your laptop. try to look it in your manual if it is compatible or not.

Jan 29, 2009 | Samsung (MP0804H) 80 GB Hard Drive

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See only one of four partitiona in a mobile disk

Go into the control panel.

Go to administrtive tools.

Go to Computer management.

Click on disk management on the left side of the screen.

Click on the drive you partitioned.

Does it show four partions?

Were they partitioned as NTFS or a different format?

Jul 16, 2008 | Samsung (MP0804H) 80 GB Hard Drive

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Samsung 80 GB IDE

hi, sounds like a faulty hard drive i would suggest downloading this even though the test software is for seagate it still works for all drivers.
boot from the floppy disk it creates and it will test the drive..

Happy New Year


Dec 28, 2007 | Samsung (MP0804H) 80 GB Hard Drive

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PC not recognising the slave drive

Assuming you set it as slave or cable select as required by the motherboard, you have to first get the bios to recognise it press F2 or Del on boot up to enter cmos and then there should be an option to auto detect drives, save settings for a re boot. When in windows, right click on my computer icon and select manage>disk management and then your drives will be listed, right click on the slave drive and select format or set as active and it will then show, but only 137GB may show depending on the bios version.

Oct 03, 2007 | Samsung (MP0804H) 80 GB Hard Drive

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