Question about Iomega (33600) 160 GB USB 2.0 Hard Drive
Base from the description of your problem a bi chance here is that drive is bad already , and since this is a external drive what you can do here first is to take it out from its USB enclosure and connect it directly to a computer and then check if it will be detected or not.
Because if this drive got detected when connected directly yo a computer you can still recover all the data inside it but if not and you still wont to recover and revive the drive you need to sen it to IOMEGA for repair.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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