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My dell crashed i bought new computer and a USB2.0 HDD external box to put old hard drive in and transfer data. The external box has two usb ends I plugged both in to my computer and it recognized it in drive E but would not let me access the files. What should I have done

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    joecoolvette Nov 06, 2010

    May I ask what the manufacturer name, and model number (product number) is of the external enclosure? Ordinarily an external enclosure uses one USB connection, but may use two for added power. (A USB port provides 5 Volts DC for power to the device that's plugged in) Most of the time if a external device is recognized by assigning a drive letter, one double-clicks on the drive letter to open the device.

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