Question about Smartdisk - Peripherals - HARD DRIVE, CROSSFIRE 160GB EXTERNAL (XG160F)
I recently purchase a Verbatim 120GB external hardrive and I backed up a Windows XP home edition computer, and attempted to transfer it over onto a Windows XP professional computer. When I went to My Computer to open the drive, it called itself Removable disk (E:) and when I attemted to open it, presented me with the error message "Please insert a disk into drive E." When I checked under properties, it showed 0 free and used space. Please help.
Goto Control Panel, administrative tools, Computer Management, Disk Management, If it pops up a new disk install wizard follow the directions in it. If not then find the new disk that has no partition on it, right click on that drive to create a partition, then right click on the drive to format it, if it hasent done so already.
Posted on Mar 16, 2008
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