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Portable drive (Seagate 6 GB)

by 12th Man / March 14, 2007 2:24 AM PDT

Hello every one.

I have Seagate 6 Gb portable drive which I have some information in it. Yesterday I pluged it in to my desktop like I've been doing everyday to save some information in to it. The desktop
detected the drive but does not recognize or does not show on the windows explore or in my computer. I checked in device manager and it showed the yellow exclamation mark on the USB portable drive. I did try out with 3 or 4 desktops and they all showed the same.
All 3 or 4 desktop are running Windows XP pro.

Please help !!!!!!
Thanks a lot in advance.

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