Question about Seagate Free Agent Go Small 12 GB USB External HD ST600121GSA1E1-RK USB 2.0 Hard Drive
to view the contents of the drive connect it to the computer and make sure both are turned on and that the drive is detected by your computer (you get a ding sound when you connect it)
You should see the drive inside my computer, or computer, which you will find from either your desktop or from start menu.
Look for the drive in my computer, it will possibly be named as a removeable storage device, the contents should be inside.
If its a brand new drive it might need to be partitioned and formatted first before it can be used.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
use superfdisk software its free on net
make a bootable and run it
you can delete all data from your drive ,or use norton commander 4 boot it through dos. you can delete any file through this software.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
SOURCE: Seagate Free Agent Go Problem
Install the seagate manager on a different computer and decrypt the files there first then move it back to your computer using the basic copy/cut and paste.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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