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Hii i have toshiba HDDR320e03x 320GB and suddenly new message appears to me and it says NOT RECOGNIZE , i've tried to change cable and nothing helps !! please help me i really the thing that installed on it and very quick ,, thx

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Have you tried to uninstall it from your device manager? When you do that, scan for hardware changes, it might pick it up. Also, try moving it to a different usb port after you uninstall from device manager.

Posted on May 19, 2011

  • James Franks May 19, 2011

    There is also software out there that may help with this. Like Paragon Hard Disk Manager. It will alow you to reasign drive letters and partitions. A very usefull tool.

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