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Hard drive not detected by my pc . power lite is up while connect to pc . pc is amd athalon and usb hard drive is iomega 160gb

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Hello,
Install it another computer which is running well.If your Hdd run well in that computer ,change the USB cable .If the HDD can not run in another pc you think, you have lost data.Because that Hdd cant run any more.
If the problem is same.
follow the step
R_click on my computer>Properties>Hardware>Device manager>uninstall all the usb ,one after one .
After UN install all the usbroot hub, restart your PC .
If the problem , is same as before ,
Insert your OS in the cd tray > press Win key + R>type sfc /scannow (please take a space between sfc and front slash)>hit enter .Again you will restart the PC.

Hope it will help you

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