Question about Verbatim 500GB USB Desktop 500 GB Hard Drive
I bought a verbatim media station pro 500 gb, which i was able to connect it to my LG flatron T.V, the hard drive crushed ,so i bought a new 150 gb drive and fixed it into the case,but this time when i connect it to my t.v n press T.V out or media out,nothing displays.its just blank dark screen on the T.V av mode. Do need a driver or firmware for the new harddrive? if i have please help me to do that.where and how do i get and fix it.please help me
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the installation disk that came with the drive has any sort of troubleshooting or recovery tool, try that first. If not, try the trial version of System Mechanic from Iolo. It's a really good piece of software that could help recover the data if possible.
As a last resort, the Verbatim website suggests Norton Disk Doctor or Data Rescue X. They may have free trials. You'll have to check their website.
Beyond this, you're probably looking at a professional data recovery company. That can be expensive!
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Posted on Aug 10, 2009
I'm assuming your TV is set to s-video input already.
Then, p.15 of the users' manual for the Media Station says to press the TV out button several times, each time switches the output between different modes (HDMI, s-video, composite, etc).
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
When you press the button it takes a few seconds for the indicator light to come on because the drive is initializing on startup, in other words its starting to spin up which could take a few seconds. Press the button one time and wait 30 seconds to see if its just the delay for the Hard drive to come to speed. And the same for the shutdown it may take a few seconds for it to park the drive and shutdown.
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"Patience is a virtue" I read that somewhere.
Posted on Aug 18, 2010
SOURCE: My notebook is not detecting
Go to Control Panel - Administrative Tools - Computer Management Then go into Disk Management. Hopefully you will see a drive with a capacity of about 480 GB (plus or minus), that's your disk.
Right click on it and select change drive letter and change the drive letter to something that isn't in use.
If that doesn't work or it doesn't show up, go into the Device Manager from the Computer Management screen and see if there is anything under disk drives with a yellow or red symbol next to it. If so, right click it, select uninstall, then unplug the disk drive and plug it back in.
Posted on Mar 01, 2011
depends which BIOS version you got pal, check your BIOS and evtl flash it.
be careful, them models little tricky when flashing...
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
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