How do you modified a harddrive simpletech 160 Tags: Hard Drives Simpletech Storage Last response: December 13, 2012 3:28 AM in Storage Share pwright555 December 12, 2012 8:21:56 PM I have a Simpletech hard drive 160gb and when I plug up and it says it has to be modified. How would I do that? There is already stuff on there don't know what happened. More about : modified harddrive simpletech 160 kenrivers a c 134 G Storage December 13, 2012 3:28:00 AM Is there more to the message you are getting when you plug in the drive? Have you tried the drive on another computer? m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Problem powering SimpleTech USB harddrive Forum SimpleTech 160GB HDD not being detected... very urgent... Forum SimpleTech External Harddrive uncasing? Forum how to set up password on y external hard drive "SimpleTech"? Forum Getting SSD and 160GB Harddrive working on my system? Forum How can i make a modified power supply for huawei B970b Forum Simpletech Simpleshare: How to add samba or upnp or ftp Forum SolvedSecond harddrive, how will transferred programs work. Forum Solvedcan gta 5 run on 160gb ps3 and itz kind of small memoery with vram256 ram ?? how can it handle such high graphics game with sm Forum Solvedhow can i turn my linksys wrt160n router into a wireless reciever? Forum The web can be used for research. However, many web pages do not have date created/last modified information on them. How woul Forum SolvedHow to set default harddrive help? Forum Solvedhow to unlock/change Seagate harddrive security Forum Quick formatting of a 160gb harddrive (external) Forum SolvedHow to install different windows onto the same harddrive Forum How to disable HP Proliant DL160 G6 fans? Forum Solvedhow to take photos off a non powering harddrive Forum SolvedDoes RAID 1 back up everything (such as games) and how does using 1 harddrive as startup work? Forum Need harddrive help, new Seagate 160 gig 7200.9 Forum SolvedHow to recover my files from a failed harddrive Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !