Question about FireLite (USBFLB80) Hard Drive
Remove the outer cover and ensure the drive is fully connected (ie, fully pushed into the cover).
The "Clicking" is usually indicative of a lack of sufficient power or head crash.
Try the first option and replace the cover.
If this does not work, sometimes a sharp rap on the outer cover will "unstick" the drive although this does not always work but it's sure worth a try for nothing.
It has worked for me before but admittedly, not always.
Good luck and best wishes,
Please let me know how you get on.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
It needs to be inspected. Your hard drive might have had a head crash which is what the clicking noise your hearing could be.
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