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Windows 7 not recognizing smartdisk firelite fwfl120-n

I have a Toshiba with Windows 7 and I cannot get my smartdisk firelite fwfl120-n to read on the Firewire/USB express card. I have uninstalled the express card multiple times and still cannot get the smartdisk to read.

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SOURCE: What external power does SmartDisk FireLite FWFL120-N take?

Many USB power supplies will have the right plug. I picked one up by buying a cheap USB hub, What you want to look for (most likely on the bottom of the power supply) is VOLTAGE Output: 5.0 VDC, POWER Output: 1.0 amp or (1000ma) and the center hole is the positive side. I have even seen some BluTooth earpiece charges that supply what you need.

Hope that this will help.
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Mac OsX users must install driver software into their MacBooks to use it. Go to the mfr's home page and download the driver into your Mac Air and it should work fine for you.

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Where can I find instructions for operation a model FWFL120-N FireLite SmartDisk


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Trying to connect my old Smartdisk USBFLB120 to my Toshiba Laptop with Windows 7 64 bit - can't get drive to recognize as drive - Lapop sees device but says it is unavailable


Change you usb port or replace the smartdisk's usb cable, probably the current one if broken. Also restart the pc whilst the smartdisk is connected. It shd be recognised now.

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When I plug my smartdisk firelite USBFLB40C into the usb port it says it needs to be formated. What is the problem?


If it is new and has not come pre formatted then you need to format it to match the system as it still could be in RAW state, but I would expect usb devices to be preformatted. (not always the case though)

A bit of history:-

FAT32 recognised by all windows systems ( but does not support files more than 4GB)

NTFS recognised by systems other than FAT32 (and supports files above 4GB)

FAT 32 was the native format for WIN98 but unfortunately when XP came along many companies continued to format in FAT32 for XP machines especially for the home user. (and XP would run quite happily with the format)

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What external power does SmartDisk FireLite FWFL120-N take?


Many USB power supplies will have the right plug. I picked one up by buying a cheap USB hub, What you want to look for (most likely on the bottom of the power supply) is VOLTAGE Output: 5.0 VDC, POWER Output: 1.0 amp or (1000ma) and the center hole is the positive side. I have even seen some BluTooth earpiece charges that supply what you need.

Hope that this will help.
AAirwolf

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My firelite smartdisk model cord does not fit into my new macbook air. can i buy a cord that has a usb port at one end? thx


The MacBook Air has one USB port. Most computer stores have many different plugs on the other end that will fit your SmartDisk. Most of the SmartDisk units use the mini USB plug. It is the same as many digital cameras use.

Tiger Direct, and MicroCenter also have many different adapters, and adapter kits to use on all kinds of USB devices.

I hope this helps. Please let me know if there are any more questions.

AAirwolf

PS: I use a 160GB SmartDisk on all of my Macs, and PCs. Get way to move data without conflicts.

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try to the laptop firewire port, if works. I didnt find any support for youfirelite drive

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PowerBook G4 does not seem to recognize. (Worked well on previous Apple lap top)


If your Firelite SmartDisk was formatted for a PC, and you are using the Mac side of the G4 it won't. They use a different format scheme. Need to load Parallel, bootcamp, or another virtual PC program, and then Windows. Using that it will recognize it.

If you know another Mac user that is using both sides (Mac and Virtual PC) is a quick way to retrieve data to move it. Be careful reformatting the FireLite. There are some more complex ways. Hope that this helps.

AAirwolf

PS: I use a 160GB FireLite on my G4, MacBook Pro as well as my Tower and notebook PCs.

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