Posted 05 February 2007 - 07:58 AM
There's a couple of reasons for this - but we'll need the specs on the external drive to be sure.
One possibility is that the drive isn't formatted properly for your system. What does it say when you right click on it in Disk Management?
Another possibility is that the drive letter that it want's to use is already taken by another device. If that's the case, just change the drive letter in Disk Management to something else (unused).
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