Question about Fantom Drives GForce 1 TB USB 20 Hard Drive
My Hard Drive was working fine but suddenly it just stopped working! I plugged it in my laptop & it popped out a message saying that Windows Explorer has stopped working. The only way I knew on how to fix it was unplugging my Hard Drive. Then when I would plug my Hard Drive back up it would give me an Error Code, which I forgot to write down! I Uninstalled the Driver & Installed it again but the problem still remains the same!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I/O error FDU80
Dear Enryc2 I don't know if you have found a solution already but this is what I tried. If this is your bootup drive, disconnect all other drives, eg., CDRom/DvDRW, FDD, USB drives and try to bootup. You may also try to update your BIOS(only if you know how to).
Posted on May 01, 2007
I am not sure if this is a solution, but I am a Mac user and the drive stopped working on my Mac with Leopard (OS 10.5.5) but seems to work fine on Panter (0S 14.4.). I am not sure how to fix this problem, but when I went to an older computer with an older OS, the drive seems to work just fine lik it did... I can't remember if I updated my Firewire or not.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
i think the hard drive is ageing,
if you are past warranty try to open up the casing and try to see if you can connect the HDD to connect individually else where (like with another casing or Laptop PC) if still not connecting then the problem is with the HDD
else the problem may be with the casing
pls rate if this was any help
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
If you turn on the drive can you feel that the drive starts spinning? Can you feel movement and see a light flickering?
Does your computer acknowledge that there is something plug in when you plug in the Drive? Does it give you a notification, or does it make a sound?
If so, then this simple setting just might fix your problem.
Just follow these steps and you should be set.
Now you should see your drive in the schematic below.
Right click on the drive and choose to change the drive letter and paths.
Now click on change and change the current drive letter. If there is no drive letter assigned, assign one.
However, if the drive does not spin at start up, there is something wrong with your HDD.
Hope this can be of help.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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