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you could run the check disk utility click start run type cmd then type chkdsk/r/f which will scan for and attempt to fix any bad sectors and automatically fix any corrupt files on your hard drive or go to control panel administrive tools computer management you can right click on the drive select properties tools check now?tick in both boxes to scan for and repair/recover any bad sectors and automaticall fix any corrupt files in xp hope this helps
I'm not sure what drivers you're looking for in particular, however, I've found the Seagate FreeAgent download page for you. I've clicked around and all of these downloads appear to be completely free.
These files should be completely safe for download as they are provided by Seagate but don't neglect to set a restore point on your system before downloading and installing. The files are .zip so they must be unzipped, your system should be able to do this without any additional software.
Also, be sure to register your equipment to get customer support should contacting them be necessary. Some of these will require you to contact the company in order to gain access to the download.
You must change the permissions for this drive. Right click on the drive and select properties, then look at the security tab. Use the edit button. Then select your ID and check off all the boxes under permissions for users.
Seems that Seagate did not release a version of software which could be used on a Windows Server 2003 platform. I checked their web site at the following link & didn't find any software supported on Windows Server 2003: http://www.seagate.com/ww/v/index.jsp?locale=en-US&name=freeagent-downloads&vgnextoid=3723b5b59b7d5110VgnVCM100000f5ee0a0aRCRD
Sorry, but I can't help you with this one. Try contacting Seagat for this & see if they have a solution to your problem.
Most of the time if you get an event 51 error you will need to reinstall drivers associated with that device to fix it. I would delete the device from device manager, uninstall any software that you installed for it, then restart your computer and reinstall the software. I would do this for both the card and the drive. I would also run Windows update to see if it finds any other drivers that you do not have installed. If that does not work it is possible that the card and drive might not work properly together. The only other thing I can suggest trying is reinstalling windows