Question about Seagate 1 TB SATA II Hard Drive
I have a SATA hard drive taken out from a Seagate External hard drive. I bought a kit to connect it to a laptop and am trying to connect it to my MacBook with a USB, but it does not recognise it. Even windows does not recognise it. All the USBs and other ports and cables are working perfectly. Hard drive is even humming. It is connected on the same SATA cable as found in PCs. The hard drive is formatted in Fat 32 and another partition is of MAC OSX Extended Journal. It contains 750 GB of important data, which cannot be erased.
Hi, sorry but i have to ask the question , why did you take the drive out of a external drive then buy a kit so as you can use it as an external drive , if its because the Seagate casing is damaged then its highly likely the drive is damaged too .
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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