Computer does not see my clon Tags: Hard Drives Computer USB Storage Last response: December 13, 2012 2:48 AM in Storage Share par311 December 12, 2012 10:29:47 PM Why can't my computer see that my clon is plugged into the usb port? More about : computer clon kenrivers a c 122 G Storage December 13, 2012 2:47:12 AM What is a clon? Are you talking about an external hard drive or flash drive? Are you talking about a mouse, keyboard or some other device? m 0 l trapper December 13, 2012 2:48:07 AM I might be missing something, but what is a clon? Google isn't showing me anything for clon, it keep giving me spanish sites or replacing clon with clone. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Computer does not see Radeon HD 6850 Forum 4coreDX90-VSTA- my computer does not see my Hard Disk andf shows CMOS checksun Forum Computer does not see f drive Forum My computer and bios does not see my hard driver Forum My computer does not see my hard drive in disk managment Forum Computer does not see hard drive, but does in device manager Forum My computer does not see my external hard drive and asks me to format Forum My Computer does'nt see my new slave hard drive Forum SolvedWindows does not see new driver file to install Forum Solvedpc does not start at all .. unable to see the bios screen itself.. Forum SolvedComputer doesn't see secondary hard drive Forum SolvedRAID 1 active but Intel Rapid Storage does not see it? Forum SolvedWinXp does not see SATA but BIOS does Forum SolvedAlright so I logged onto my computer today and after I logged in my whole desktop screen goes black and I can't see anything I Forum SolvedMB does not see HD Forum SolvedCan't see HDD in My Computer but I can see it in Device Manager Forum Solvedbios does not see hdd Forum Solvedswitch does not see main pc Forum SolvedCan't see HDD's on "Computer"? Forum SolvedBIOS does not see new SATA drive Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !