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My lacie 1tb harddrive is not being recognised by my pc anymore, why is this?

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Try plugging it to another computer.if it is not working it may be damaged.else it may be your operating systems problem

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For that connect it to computer then open my computer go to tools menu->folder option.
then click view tab enable "show hidden files and folders" and disable check box of "hide system files" then apply then you can see your files as hidden folder.
then open it then copy all files to local drive also scan computer and harddrive with updated antivirus because it (harddrive) is infected of virus.
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