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160gb hard disk (philips easy portable storage)

Not showing when plugged in

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Hi,

go to start->search->all files and folder

search the file named INFCACHE.1
delete that file and reebot your pc.
The computer should now recognize the HD.

Riccardo

Posted on Aug 05, 2008

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