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USB device not recognized - Toshiba hdd

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May 30, 2012 2:57:54 AM

i have a toshiba hddr320e03x and it doesnt get recognized, i tried installing its driver but i couldnt find it. is there any other solution other than intalling the driver?

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May 30, 2012 7:29:43 AM

You won't find a driver because you don't need to install one, it's built in to Windows and is installed automatically when you plug the drive in to your PC (it's what's known as a "plug & play" device). It's a generic Microsoft driver that works for all external hard drives.

It may be that the Windows has failed to assign a drive-letter to it, and no drive-letter = invisible drive.

Take a look in Disk Management (If it's shown there it won't have it's usual name so look carefully), right-click and choose "Change Drive Letter & Paths" >> click "New". Select a letter and click "Next" (or "OK", can't remember exactly).
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May 30, 2012 9:42:42 AM

phil22 said:
You won't find a driver because you don't need to install one, it's built in to Windows and is installed automatically when you plug the drive in to your PC (it's what's known as a "plug & play" device). It's a generic Microsoft driver that works for all external hard drives.

It may be that the Windows has failed to assign a drive-letter to it, and no drive-letter = invisible drive.

Take a look in Disk Management (If it's shown there it won't have it's usual name so look carefully), right-click and choose "Change Drive Letter & Paths" >> click "New". Select a letter and click "Next" (or "OK", can't remember exactly).


I still couldnt find the driver in disk management, im sure its not there. is there anything else i can do?
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