I'm not saying this will solve all problems, but it solved it for me. I am running Vista and got this to work following someone's instructions from another forum.
The slot in the enclosure that you plug the hard drive into has one set of holes fewer than the hard drive has pins. This means you can plug the hard drive in two ways "left" and "right" if you will. I had to plug my hard drive in so that the unused pins were farthest from the power cable that plugs into the hard drive.
Incidentally this made the screw holes line up better, too.
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Re: Nexxtech 3.5" Hard Drive Enclosure (NHDE35)
The enclosure will not have anything to do with an operating system. If the computer youre using utilizes USB, and you have USB drivers installed ( other USB devices work ), then there will be no issue, if the enclosure has USB. If the drive has firewire, and your computer has firewire, and you have the proper drivers installed, there should be no problem.
Basically, you're asking a hardware question. The NHDE35 has usb2 ports. Vista supports USB2. If youre computer has USB ( which is backwards compatible ), it will be fully compatible.
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If you still have trouble with the drive you may need to look at replacing the encloser for the drive or connect the drive directly to your computer. If you know the drive is working and you want to replace the encloser the link below will have the encloser that will work with your drive.
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Not when you'll buy vista and then get windows 7
srry for my bad english
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