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I have got an lg 500gb hard drive connected to my pc with an usb. suddenly it has died down its not being recognised by the pc i cant c any logo of its and i cant open it any ways..pls help

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Your computer might be infected by a virus that's why when you plug the USB, the computer wont detect automatically. Here's the solution.
Right click on my computer then select Manage then click on Device Manager. Observer in the right side corner if you can see symbol "!" which means you need to update the driver.

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