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New 1TB Seagate External Drive is not recognized on my XP system. krishmaqvan Wiz Expert advice was not helpful. My Lexar 8GB USB Jump Drive works OK but is full.

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Http://www.seagate.com/www/en-us/support/

Go to troubleshooting section of the above site.

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