20 Most Recent LaCie Silverscreen 80GB USB 2.0 - Portable Multimedia (093053682095) Hard Drive Questions & Answers


My computer running windows xp3

dry downloading its drivers thank you for using fixya and please dont forget to rate or vote me!
1/16/2011 8:05:43 AM • LaCie... • Answered on Jan 16, 2011

''No files found'' Lacie Silverscreen 500gb

You'll need data recovery to fix this problem. If the hard drive makes broken sounds there is a hardware problem. You can try to do data recovery yourself, there is some good content on youtube. If you want somebody else to do it for you there is Data Recovery NYC. Also there is good informaation on logic board repairs on hddguru.com.
7/5/2010 2:26:13 AM • LaCie... • Answered on Jul 05, 2010

Computers don't recognise my lacie portable hard

thats because you need to update your computer...or you need drivers in order for your usb to work
3/27/2010 10:45:59 PM • LaCie... • Answered on Mar 27, 2010

Trouble formating external 80GB hardrive

try to defrag the drive and format it again.
3/13/2009 12:16:43 AM • LaCie... • Answered on Mar 13, 2009

Lacie Silverscreen 80Gb Drive not recognised by My Dual Processor PC

Sorry for the late reply, but it may help someone else with the same problem.

Are you using a USB2 port, perhaps it's may not be getting enough power. In the orginal Lacie box was a double USB dongle - it allows you to take the power from two USB ports and send them to the Silverscreen, if the SScreen was getting quite enough power.

Or buy a double USB power cable (like: http://www.n-c.fr/webshopncrevendeurs/catalog/images/Double_Cable_USB.jpg)

Otherwise remove the 2.5" disk (remove two screws, & gently pull out) and use a caddy to check the HD disk is still working.
9/12/2008 10:32:47 AM • LaCie... • Answered on Sep 12, 2008

Silverscreen problems

I reccomend connecting you computer directly to your tv, depending on which mac you have. DVI or vga. I'm sure the manufacterer does as well. The files maybe in a codec your tv does not compute.
9/12/2008 10:17:34 AM • LaCie... • Answered on Sep 12, 2008

Deleted 4 folders for lacie silverscreen 500gb

Dead easy, simply attached the SScreen to your PC/Mac and create the four folders:

It requires these four folders to boot the OS!

--No Quotes in folder names--

9/12/2008 9:27:48 AM • LaCie... • Answered on Sep 12, 2008

Lacie Silverscreen 500Gb USB2.0

You can not see DVDs in "unpacked" mode (at least not satisfactory), you have to have them in iso format. The firmware is not a problem, the new firmware brings support for more HD drives only.
6/29/2008 9:46:55 PM • LaCie... • Answered on Jun 29, 2008

LaCie silverscreen Utilities CD-ROM

The OS is hidden in memory, you can clear all files off the machine and it will still work.

The only requirements are the 4 folders:

That's it!

New firmware can be found at www.lacie.com
4/10/2008 1:44:21 PM • LaCie... • Answered on Apr 10, 2008

Lacie Silverscreen USB2.0 500Gb

If you can use software to encapsulate the VOB file(s) in an ISO, it will play them in order.
4/10/2008 1:42:19 PM • LaCie... • Answered on Apr 10, 2008

Lacie 250GB External Hardive to be used between a PC and a MAC

Be carefull when moving data from Macs to Windows etc. Your best bet would be to start again. It should work if you get your friend to put the data on the drive & copy it directly to your Mac. From there, you can safely copy data to the PC, but may have trouble accessing that same data after the PC has had it.
4/10/2008 1:39:09 PM • LaCie... • Answered on Apr 10, 2008

Lacie silverscreen

did these movies come from licensed sources, by chance? You may be running into a simple issue of licenses not transfering from your HD/computer to the storage unit.
3/18/2008 12:01:47 AM • LaCie... • Answered on Mar 18, 2008

Installing a Lacie Desktop Hard Drive on a W98 system

Here you go to download APPS.INF
Download here
3/15/2008 12:01:39 PM • LaCie... • Answered on Mar 15, 2008

I have problem with disk LACIE. He is write protection

Check the data recovery programme used for an idea or start again now you have your data back by re initialising and formatting the drive as a new one.
6/27/2022 7:20:03 PM • LaCie Computers... • Answered on Jun 27, 2022

I have the LaCie Porsche 500Gb external USB hard drive. is computer is unuble to detected the hard drive .show PnP problem .how to fix it?

Depending on your OS, use your disc utility and see if it has been initialised or not. If not initialise it and then you can format and use it as normal.
6/27/2022 7:19:12 PM • LaCie Computers... • Answered on Jun 27, 2022

Forgot password of lacie rugged hard drive

Did you get it fix ? Have the same drive and forget the password!! Need help
4/25/2022 5:11:24 PM • LaCie Computers... • Answered on Apr 25, 2022

My LaCie external drive isn't getting power

U should test for power at the connector that goes into the lacie with a voltmeter to make sure power supply and its wire are OK. If no voltmeter then use a automobile brake or turn signal bulb to see if it has power.
12/2/2021 10:39:59 AM • LaCie Computers... • Answered on Dec 02, 2021

I for got me password I don't even remember setting one up Lacie rugu3m2

Just an idea. When you set pass words or any important information write all information in a note book and keep it in a drawer someplace where you will not lose it. When things change write the new ones down and cross out the old ones. I save a lot of head aches that way.
1/22/2019 9:12:10 PM • LaCie Computers... • Answered on Jan 22, 2019
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