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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by singel352000, Feb 5, 2007.

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  1. singel352000

    singel352000 Thread Starter

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    I have 4 yes 4 internal hardrives and 2 dvd burners on my computer and no problems but when I use a external usb hard drive to trans dater either 3.5 or 2.5 next day system does not recognize any of my drives.
     
  2. Rich-M

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    Possibly weak or inadequate power supply. Does the external work ok on another system?
     
  3. singel352000

    singel352000 Thread Starter

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    yes works ok on frends he transfers movies from my system to his and he has no problem just put in a new power supply to cope with games plenty of power
    am I asking to much of windows or system.????
     
  4. Rich-M

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    Is this a known branded power supply and and what wattage?
     
  5. singel352000

    singel352000 Thread Starter

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    thanks for your help power supply is x-oz at 600 wattage the funny thing is after I disconnect usb drive I still work with computer for a few hours All the problems are the next day when I start up I wont boot doe,s not recognize any hard drives I have ???
     
  6. Rich-M

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    Have you checked to see if there are any bios updates dealing with usb issues for your motherboard or system? Any usb updates from mobo mfgr? Do you have in chipset driver for mobo?
    Tell us hardware....
     
  7. singel352000

    singel352000 Thread Starter

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    thanks for help The only thing that seems to help is to create a start point do what I have to do then go back and start at that point and the problem does not happen so I will mark this thread as solved and once again thanks :eek:
     
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