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Bootable drive I have a acomdata external 2 gig hard drive and I need be able to boot from this drive. I need help. Thanks

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Check in your bios for setting boot from external device

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    Appreciate the direct "Ask Me".

    T your concern:
    • initially, pls verify that it is indeed an external storage problem rather than a laptop USB issue by trying other USB devices and determine if they are recognized and working;
    • disassemble the enclosure of the Acomdata external hard drive and remove the actual hard drive;
    • you would need the use of a 2nd PC, a desktop that could accommodate the HD from the Acomdata (IDE or SATA);
    • install the HD from the Acomdata as a Secondary Master or Slave internally to the 2nd PC;
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    • temporarily save the recovered data in the 2nd PC. You can burn this likewise into a DVD backup should the 2nd PC be capable of that;
    • after recovery, re-partition and format the HD from the Acomdata while still attached to the 2nd PC;
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    • should the re-partition and format be not successful, you can replace only the HD and/or claim warranty.
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