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DI-624s Hi I cant get my USB hard drive to connect through the router

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  • sthnman Sep 10, 2007

    Hey sorry,
    I just bought a Dlink 624s storage router and my 250gig harddrive is not connecting to it... I have some smaller flash drives that are working.
    Can anyone suggest a better Storage Router?

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That sucks... we need more info before we can try to help though.

Posted on Sep 09, 2007

  • Anonymous Sep 10, 2007

    I've never purchased a Dlink product that wasn't a pain in the petute to get running. When I look to purchase a product, I surf out tohttp://www.cnet.com and do a review search to see what they say about the products. Remember, you get what you pay for... and tech support is usually the first to be chopped.

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