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I have a Coolmax CD-350-Combo converter. I plugged everything in and it has power, but I can't find the program on my computer. It makes a noise when I plug the USB in but I am not prompted with the program to copy the hard drive onto my computer. What should I do?

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Hello

Ok, if the computer makes a sound, without notifying you that the device is not recognized, here is something you can try.

Go to:
Start
Control Panel
Administrative tools
Computer Management
Storage
Disc Management

Now you should see your drive in the schematic below, right click on it and choose to assign new drive letter and paths.If there is no drive letter assigned to the drive, assign on, otherwise just choose the option to change the drive letter.

Hope this can help you.

Kind regards
Andrea

Posted on Nov 16, 2009

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