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ok for one your computer no matter what OS you are using stores no drive letter , a drive letter is only given in the order as it is installed on your system for example if you use 2 internal HDD and one external HDD your computers C: drive will be the master the F: will be the slave and the external will be G: , now if you have changed the order of the drives from your last OS then it will conflict to the last drive letter given , your unit will know what letter it was given so it must be in the same location for the new OS , there is also the possibility that Windows 7 doesn't support the driver for that unit , you can try hooking it up to another computer retrieving your data , then hooking it back up to windows 7 run its software , then installing the data back into your HDD
well many off name brand flash drives have software that need to be download enable for it to work other times u may need to go to the computer icon and double click and it will show the devices that are connected to ur comp and lastly u may have the settings to where it blocking devices from connecting. i dont think u know how that works so u probally didnt change it.
try restarting your computer with the mybook plugged into it. also, leave it plugged in for a while and check back to see if it shows up on the desktop. I had a similar problem with my hard drive too, and this seemed to work.