Question about Verbatim SmartDisk Firelite Portable USB 2.0 250GB GO 5400 rpm/tpm 250 GB Hard Drive
Listen closely for a repetitious clicking. If you hear that you may have a bad disk. If it shows up in my computer but appears empty or unaccessable then you also may have a bad drive. If you can open the drive but nothing it in the folder then the contents may be hidden. If your on windows XP go to tools on the top and then folder options, If your on vista or windows 7 then go to the organize tab and go to folders and search options.From there you will see a folder options window, Go to view and toggle " view hidden files and folders " click apply and ok, and ok to all files and folders. If you see nothing but the computer makes the USB plug in sound you either have incorrect drivers and they need re installation or you disk does not have an assigned letter. Try your disk on another computer in this case. If your unit dos not at all show up or continues to be unresponsive you probably have a bad disk.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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