Westen Digital 160 giga usb drive. I backed up maybe 10 gigs of photos and video from my Mac powerbook g3, (osx.4) and next time I started up, the drive failed to show up on the desktop. Tried another usb port, no go. Diskwarior can't find it either. the li
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Your mac doesn't recognize the system folder. Try to find the original boot disks that came with the machine, and see if you can mount the hard disk while booting from the CDs. If you can, I'd backup the data as soon as possible and reinstall the operating system, including a full hard drive reformat. If you can't see the hard drive from the boot cd, another option is to hold down the T key during startup to boot the mac into "target disk mode" - this will allow you to hook up the g3 to another computer as an external hard disk in order to back up the data.
First of all, do not save any new file to camera's memory card.
Take out memory card, and connect it to a Windows computer using a card reader. You should see memory card shown as a drive letter (like H:) in Windows Explorer. Download this camera photo recovery software http://www.asoftech.com/apr/ Install and open the photo recovery software, select the memory card, and click 'Start' button.
When you say Disc ?... do you mean CD drive ? I assume so. You need to "mount" the volume. The modem "IS" a drive... so it mounts itself and also installs itself... this is usually what it does anyway. Thing is it will do this in ANY pc or Mac it is put in. So you can try it in another PC or Mac as well... and see if it works in those. If not you have a problem with the drive/modem.
i have the same problem. macbook doesn't see anymore my hdd western digital 2,5'' white 250 GB. tried disk warrior, disk utility but nothing. it's just seem disappeared, even if i hear it works inside (and the led light is on) what can i do?