I can answer technical questions about installation, use, and maintinence of most 3D Graphics hardware, and software. I can offer assistance with overclocking (while I do not suggest overclocking while under warranty) and I can give assistance with more complicated problems to the full extent of my abilities.
I have been into computer hardware, especially 3D graphics and the hardware that drives them, for a number of years. I have knowledge in installation, use, troubleshooting, purchase suggestions and over clocking.
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If the drive was improperly removed (e.g. not "ejected") then Windows may not properly register it as available until it has completed the "repair check" routine. This can happen if the computer is powered
Can you try testing the drive on another machine? It may simply be that the drive itself is defective, which would explain this. -bob
Try "ejecting" the various USB devices from Windows (right click on their icons in Computer and select "Eject"). It may be the case that when reconnected (you'll have to physically remove and re-plug the
Is the device simply showing up as another drive letter (these are assigned in a relatively arbitrary fashion (they aren't going to be consistent from machine to machine), and can be changed), or is it
It should not be in a perpetual search mode, however I wouldn't go as far as saying that its internal radio is 100% deactivated/out of the loop. If your goal is something with no radio, I would buy an