E-Sata not recognized - ThinkPad T410 Tags: Thinkpad Desktops Windows XP Storage Last response: July 19, 2010 12:49 PM in Storage Share darius26 July 19, 2010 2:53:35 AM Hi All, I have this 1TB eSata External drive/enclosure I formated in an XP Desktop. I used the drive attached to a O!Play to watch my movies from. Things were working fine. I then decided to rearrange my files. I had my company laptop, a Lemove ThinkPad T410 with eSata port nearby so I figured I'd use that instead turning on the desktop. I plug the eSata external back to O!play and it wasn't detected. I plugged it back to my desktop and it says the drive wasn't formatted. Everything is fine if I connect to the ThinkPad T410!! So I copied all the files to the T410 and reformatted the drive and it wasn't recognized by O!Play nor the XP Desktop. So I formatted it back with my desktop and now T410 says it's not formatted.. Seems the T410 port or something is wonky! Is it the driver? Your help is appreciated. Thanks More about : sata recognized thinkpad t410 darius26 July 19, 2010 12:49:14 PM just to add. could there be security enctyption being done on external drive when i plugged into my company laptop? Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumWxga vs wxga+ Thinkpad t410 ForumESATA external hard drive not recognized on laptop ForumeSATA HD randomly disconnects/disappears ForumVantec NexStar 3 Not Recognized via USB ForumAfter Laptop HD upgrade, want to use old working drive as data drive Forum4x2TB external drives (Raid 5) can't be recognized after copying >=2TB ForumBest external hdd ForumMy computer is saying that there is a hard disk failure ForumComputer does not recognized CD/DVD Drive ForumWindows 7 install HDD not recognized ForumExternal HD not recognized after flashing ROM ForumHard Drive is not recognized During windows 7 insatallation ForumHard drive not recognized.... ForumWd 2tb external hard drive not recognized ForumE-Sata on CM-690 Not Hot-Swappable ForumDvd drive not recognized Forum[Solved] Kingwin Dock-Master "not really" recognized More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !