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I have a Phantom Titanium Hard drive that had issues almost immediately after I purchased it, so I sent it in for repair because the power supply didn't work and when it came back my computer wouldn't detect it. I forgot to send it back to the company and now it's out of warranty and I want to try to access the information. (The company said there's a chance it didn't get erased). They mentioned making it a slave drive - how do I do this?
There is a master/slave input for you IDE wires on the back of your hard drive, simply have a master drive as primary w/ that as a slave... it would be accessable via My Computer, as another hard drive i believe
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
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