Question about Western Digital Elements powered by WD 320 GB External USB (WDE1U3200N) Hard Drive
I have a Western Digital Elements 1TB External hard drive. When I plug it in there is no sound to indicate it is running, but the blue light flashes. What could be wrong and how would I fix it?
The model number is: WD10000E035-00.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
good eve prapad dont worry for your data ,first if you have a boot cd ,owerrite the OS ,then select repair option,it is occures due to 90% OS currupt ,
Posted on Mar 05, 2008
I have this same problem and found a great write-up here that has text and photos of the process. I haven't tried the process with mine but there are plenty of responses to his posting indicating success. Good luck.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
SOURCE: Did I just fry my WD External?
I've done something similiar and I know the feeling, but the good news is that you may not of done the damage you think. Here's what I suggest. Go to this link. Where they will explain the differences of the meanings of the flashing lights. There are so many variables, that it would be to difficult to figure out unless I was actually working on the disk itself. But the page is very easy to understand, and hopefully you'll find what I did, was all I need to do was to power down and up again.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
I went through this with my PC but you want it to remaun seperate you must have loaded it to your C drive find the uninstall and unistall it just check on your control panel to see if it is on there . If you are running microsoft you have to run the program that will be listed in microsoft support just check out the Western igital site they will have an ID number and it will give you everything you need
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
sounds like you are using the wrong power supply. Check the amp output on the power plug you plug into the wall make sure its the same as the amp input of your external harddrive
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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