WD Hard Drive Tags: Hard Drives Western Digital Connection Storage Last response: December 25, 2012 7:09 AM in Storage Share drewbear72 December 25, 2012 3:41:16 AM I have disconnected my WD 1 TB Hard drive, then i tied to reconnect it and my PC won't recognise it anymore to retreive files on it. How do i fix this so it works again? More about : hard drive Xttony a b G Storage December 25, 2012 7:09:33 AM Is it being detected in your bios? Check all the cables and try again. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedNew secondary WD hard drive not showing up in Disk Manager Forum SolvedWD hard drive selection Forum SolvedNew everything except old WD green hard drive from 2006 Forum Solved3tb WD My Book 1140 Media external hard drive not working Forum SolvedUnable to transfer files to 250 GB WD Passport. Possible Hard Drive Failure Forum SolvedBIOS sees WD Green hard drive, disk management doesn't. Forum SolvedWD10JPVT 1TB hard drive compatibility Forum SolvedWhich internal hard drive is best for gaming WD OR SEAGATE Forum SolvedMy Dell Vostro won't read my WD external hard drive Forum SolvedNew WD 1TB HARD DRIVE STUCK AT BIOS SCREEN Forum Solved2TB WD External Hard Drive I/O Error Forum SolvedWD Hard Drive May Be Failing Forum SolvedWd Hdd corrupt hard drive data transfer error Forum SolvedWD Hard Drive Buzzing Occasionally Forum SolvedWD 1Tb SATA Hard Drive seen by Bios and Device manager but will not populate Forum Solvedhow to fix my WD Passport external hard drive after falling down Forum Solvedi dropped my wd element hard drive and now it wont connect to my computer Forum SolvedHitachi, Seagate or WD, who makes the most reliable hard drive? Forum Solvedmy wd external hard drive isnt showing up Forum SolvedI purchased a 2tg portable WD Ultra hard drive. I down loaded my C Drive on to the hard drive and was able to look at it for a Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !