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LaCie Hard Drive isn't recognized on my PowerBook anymore

Plug it in...turn it on...and no recognition that it is hooked up to the USB port. This wasn't a problem about 6 months ago (obviously i don't use it every day)

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Click on the link below to fix the issue:

http://www.windowsguru.org

Posted on Jul 02, 2009

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