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SNV425S2128gb


The driver should be built into the OS. If you can't access the SSD from Windows Explorer, you may need to format the drive or it is a failed unit. If you have connected the drive to a SATA port on your motherboard, you should check if the drive shows up in your BIOS (assuming good cables and power). Next go to the Disk Management tool with an administrative user account. (Click Start > Control Panel > System and Security > System > Administrative Tools. Then go to Computer Management and the Disk Management tool. Alternatively, choose the Command Prompt (under Accessories) with a right click and select Run As Administrator. Then type in diskmgmt.msc and press Enter.) Check if the drive is listed there. It will be disk 1, if you have the usual single hard drive. If it has unallocated space, you can format the drive and give it a letter name here.

If you don't have the drive listed here, try different power cables from your power supply and SATA cables. If it still doesn't respond, RMA the drive if it is under warranty.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

May 03, 2014 | Kingston Ssdnow Snv425S2128gb 128 Gb...

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Not seeing new hard disk or reading XP cd-rom


It can use any 31/2" IDE hard drive. 30 Gb should be OK
If the BIOS cannot detect the hard drive or the CD drive then the drives maybe faulty or the disk controller in the computer is faulty.

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My hard drive stopped showing up in windows and bios. Then it started to work again but only shows up as a 128 gigabyte drive. This is the second brand new Western Digital (WD5000AAKS) 500 GB SATA Hard...


that is a sign that this hard drive is also failing.
please contact WD to RMA this hard drive back.
you can submit a complaint to them saying it is the 2nd drive that you receive that is going bad from them.
they may send you a different model or similar model.

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Why the eff would I buy a 500 GB and get only 128? if you know it only operates @ 128 smooth why advertise 500? I bought a 500 GB internal to have 500 Gigs. I returned the first one because I thought it...


Your computer may be older that when a 500 gb drive was even thought of, if that is the case you may have to go to the manufacturers support/driver site and download and flash your BIOS to accept the higher GB drives. Most cites have a BIOS updates for their models. Since that information is not included in your explanation, I cannot give you the link, if you want to srite back and include the computer name and model number as well as the operating system, I will try to furnish you with the link for the BIOS update. When you click on the BIOS file make sure the unit has a charged battery and is on AC power.

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Radeon 9550 + AGP issues on MSI KT4V


First of all, why do you bother to change all these spec? Secondly, since your screen flicked, I would suggest you just leave them like that. Your PC is just as old as mine, don't mess around with it too much.

Jun 13, 2009 | MSI KT4V (MS-6712) Motherboard

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"-36" error message using Acomdata External Hard Drive


Have you tried taking the files off of the drive and repartitioning and reformatting the drive?
How is the drive formatted? Fat? Fat32 or HPFS? What version of Mac OS are you running? It is possible, depending on the version of the OS and the driver for the OS that it can have problems with drives that have partitions larger than 128 GB. It is also a bios limitation with older systems.
Look to see if there is an updated driver for the OS X version you are running.
Also check in the Disk Utility to see how the drive is partitioned and formatted. If it is going to be a Mac only drive, partition and format it as HPFS. If it is a drive that you will use in Windows as well, use Fat 32 and limit the partitions to 128 GB or less.

You could also try a newer version of OS X like Tiger or Leopard. They are both more stable than older versions and have better support for devices.

Cheers and good luck.

Best

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More ram and vdeo card


it sounds as if your MoBo is seeing the video adapter as a source of ram. if that is the case, then installing memory in units of 1Gb will cause a stick to not be seen, therefore utilized. you may want to refer to you manual for memory limits and poosible comparibility issues. they are usually quite in depth. also, make sure that they are all the same make model and speed. these issues have wreaked havoc on the prettiest of pc's.

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New Hard Drive over 128 GB on Dell 4600 - but only recognizes 128 GB!


Hello,
Check that your motherboard supports the high capacity of HDD
Install the OS having the latest service pack combination.

Let me know if your problem is solved and rate me as FIXYA!

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My HDD has seen in BIOS but it can't read data


Maybe the pins on the inside are disconnected happened to my dads harddrive

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