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My computer wont read the simple tech 160gb portable hard drive

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  • Kevin Flannagan
    Kevin Flannagan May 11, 2010

    Are you connecting it as a master drive or a slave drive? And if as a slave have you made sure that the master drive dose not require a pin jumper change so as to let the slave drive be readable...

  • bigestalever May 11, 2010

    are you connecting directly to the computer?

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No i had to plug in both usb cords, the power from one was to weak to be read. thanks thou

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