Question about Fantom Drives Titanium II (TFD160U2) 160 GB USB 2.0 Hard Drive
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if its usb then i have a feeling its not the hard drive thats bad i think it sounds like the case .
you can try buying another case and transfering the hard drive to it the case is around $20.00
Posted on Dec 05, 2007
The Solution: ... IT WORKS REALLY ...
Point 1: Remove power from the mains.
Item 2: The device from your PC, remove the USB plug.
Point 3: The USB Titanium External Hard Disc Enclosure Open, just the screws of the housing, with a special wrench to open.
The drive from the connector of the USB connector for one minute to remove, then the hard drive with the connector of the USB connection,
Point 3: The hard disk into the housing insert all the screws screw.
PLEASE precisely again check that all connections are properly connected.
Power to the drive plug the USB connector from the HDD to the PC or notebook is already running and the hard drive, as before, during initial installation of the device.
So everything supper dooper easy ...
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
Try the basics first. Unplug and let sit for a while before rebooting the drive. Then if nothing, get a copy of Disk Warrior and you may be able to regain access to the drive in order to save your data.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
Since you've already tried different cables and computers, that eliminates a lot of things. Are there any configuration switches?
Possibly a cable or connector has come loose within the unit, particularly the edge connector that connects to the drive itself. If the unit is under warranty, try that first, espcially if you don't have important files that could be lost on the drive if you had to send it in for repair or replacement.
If you open it up, re-seat the connectors --- push them firmly into the drive PC board. If possible, remove each and put it firmly back into place. If that doesn't fix it, something is probably burned out and it is probably not something one can handle without access to factory replacement parts.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
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