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Docked hard drive will mount for ~30 seconds


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#1 thasapper

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Posted 23 March 2014 - 05:21 PM

win 7 64 bit

 

 

by the grace of god i was able to get the info my client needed off of the hard drive.  

 

But now i am beginning to wonder if i am looking at a new coffee coaster or a soon to be usable hard drive.

 

 

When i have it docked in my external drive reader, it will show up in windows just fine.  After about 30 seconds all windows close and it dismounts.

 

{somehow it stayed on one time to allow me to get 10 gigs of data off of it, then it promptly shut off... lol}

 

 

i cant get the bios to recognize it.  nothing will, not even partedmagic.

 

 

if it's recoverable, what do i do?

 

if not, any idea what happened to this thing.

 

There is a pretty good click when it powers down so i am not comfortable saying to anyone that it will still be a good drive.  I just want to use it to meddle around with other systems i have laying around.

 

Thanks for the help

 

sapper



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#2 dicke

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Posted 27 March 2014 - 07:39 PM

Hi,

What's the size of your power supply?

Thanks


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