It will work for Windows users and if they use OS X, they can wrestle with it. Jan 1, 3: Thanks again for your help. You must log in or sign up to reply here. I did a quick websearch and I could not see a link to computer hardware or HDDs.
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What I would do is unplug your USB from your PC and plug it into ysb new port which should start the new hardware wizard. Thanks for the help regardless.
Get off your data if possible. When I looked at the driver details this driver was located at C: You are viewing our forum as a guest. Log in or Sign up to hide this advert.
Jan 1, 4: The entire SATA 2. If its not even attempting to look for a driver I would swap out cables, that usually prompts windows to detect new hardware. Log in or Sign up. I’ve been reading posts regarding “Initio Default Controller” causing the same problem. I hate “giving up” but this has occupied too much of my time. Words like “u” for “you” and sentences that make no sense whatsoever are the norm. The instruction book that came with the drive is even worse translated from something to English with what looks like Bablefish.
They have no support info for that specific chipset but claim the later models are fully supported by Apple in OS X. Let it search windows update for the most reliable drivers. User profile for user: Helpful answers Drop Down menu. No, create an account now. Share This Page Tweet. Hoping maybe someone here can point me in the right direction to what I need to install.
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Any ideas how to lose it permanently? At this point I just wish it was a simple IDE and work by mere plug and play Good way to brick my system.
It will work for Windows users and if they use OS X, they can wrestle with it. Jan 1, I’ll post back when I get more info Ask a question Reset.
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Turned on the computer last night – no external drive shows. I tried uninstalling it, but WinXP puts it back.
Frankly, I am going to sell the drive and the enclosure. Looking at the physical board chipset reveals nothing Tried external cables on the first drive; still nothing. Thanks again for your help. Put a different drive in the enclosure and it works fine.