Silentghost187: @Hurricaaane how did you get to read on the pc
Action: @MusicGaming1 That was an IT joke. A lot of times when people have any kind of problem whatsoever, tech support always tells you to first restart your router/computer.
Plaster: @Hurricaaane i had this too, just remove it from the external case and put in the computer and YAY no danm clicks anymore
Action: Have you tried restarting your router?
Zemnmez: Check the pins that connect the miniUSB socket to the USB to SATA board.
Then check the SATA to USB module is slotted in properly.
Then remove the module and try using a SATA jumper connected directly to the bus.
If it is then recognised, try recovering the data with forefront.
fany hwang: Man,that sucks.
I hope you find a fix soon.
BatIgor: Inspired me to make a backup of my data.
nortzt: NOW yer freaked
Ben Stephens: Its dead i had the same problem
RealmofJocken: This has happened to three HDD's of mine, in a period of late 2009 to late 2010. Recently I received my fourth one as well as a new motherboard, since it turned out that somehow my motherboard was crashing my HDD's. Now of course, none of my HDD's were external, they were all the main one I used for my comp. Chances are that your HDD has crashed, since these are the same symptoms I received.
badgers: @Hurricaaane I really hope it works D:
This happened to my laptop; overheated hdd and then couldn't read it. Although I did hear that you can recover dead HDDs if you have the right equipment.
Good luck :D
badgers: crap dude. You tried plugging the HDD straight into the PC?
MechaFourth: That Sucks
Ass Con: Ahhh that sucks man. Hope you can get it fixed, I always look forward to your releases and videos.
Iomega external HDD out-of-order, blinking white light5
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