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Seagate pro 750, xp, xfx 630i mother board, esata

The usb2.0 works fine. System does not detect by firewire or esata. i tried differnt cables. hook it up to laptop useing firewire, works fine. not found in device manager or any where else. what can i do to fix this??

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  • 74jose Mar 06, 2008

    still need help... yes it has both esata and firewire.

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Those drivers should be on seagate site, by o/s...make sure you have latest(not what came with disk, by the way)

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