With the drive attached, enter Device Manager and delete the device and ok all drivers when prompted. Unplug the device, wait a minute and then plug it back into the same usb port. This will force windows to reload the drivers.
Let us know if that fixes it.
Please remember that you always need to use the OS's Safely Romove or eject feature.
Hi, tried to do that but i can't even see the HDD in the devices manager. I know that th ehdd drive is perfectly fine and working as i tried it on myt college computer about 5 mins ago (12:15 3/7/14).