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When i turn on my omega external memory box it seems like it is starting up then my computer crashes the mouse stops working and i have to reboot the computer

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Please check your external hard disk connecting to another pc and facing same problem it means your ide to usb circuit or your hard disk is damaged try to replace it cover first

If it works on the other pc do a virus/trojan scan and also check your usb driver in your pc.

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