Need more help? Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Huzzar! Chrisjr, what does Norton Ghost do, backing-up? 0 TrevorPH Posts: 1,562 Forum Member 06/12/04 02:56 #8 where can I get a USB2 PC Card for less than £20 Well there are Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - freecom by bb232 / July 27, 2006 8:05 AM PDT In reply to: USB external Hard drive Problem i have the same problem Source
They have the same products at the same prices and even the same special offers! All rights reserved. Freecom Driver Downloads by Device Camera Card Reader CD / DVD Hard Disk Drive Network / Ethernet Other Removable Drive Sound / Audio USB Search Freecom Drivers Download Drivers for Popular I got a reply from one of their tech guys and it sorted out my problem.
I doubt if it would use the entire speed though so call it 1MB/sec. I have another 500Gb Iomega drive USB drive that was also refusing to be recognised. Once again thanks. Freecom Network Storage Assistant All rights reserved.
DriverGuide maintains an archive of supported Freecom Drivers available for Free Download of the most popular Freecom products and devices. Unplugging, replugging does not give the usual "new hardware found -... Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. http://list.driverguide.com/list/company411/ As said above, USB1.1 is useless with hardware like hard drives, as it is just too slow.
I created a new folder under C:\ and named it C:\ usb drivers as detailed elsewhere within the driver forum and copied all INF contents into C:\usb drivers. Freecom Syria Surely they both can't be faulty!?? Please try the checkout again in a few minutes. If it's not there, then you do have a problem with the drive so should return to Amazon as soon as possible.Speak to Amazon - they have an excellent returns policy.
As an example of how slow USB1 can be I used to use an earlier version of Norton Ghost for back-ups that ran under DOS only. I presume you`re on XP? Why not do just that. have a peek here When I plug drive in it asks for a driver which I don't have.
But sadly not much, it this it?s a USB pen and when I click on it in my computer it says "please insert disk". Freecom Network Drive 500gb Or just use it to back-up a disk See... Notify me Thank you for your interest in this product.
On boot up I went into the BIOS and found a specific section re USB connections with various options. They are part of the same shop chain (Dixons Stores Group, DSG) and are effectively the same shop anyway. by VAPCMD / July 24, 2006 11:23 AM PDT In reply to: Oh well Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Because by Bobby9093 / July 25, 2006 3:10 AM Freecom Toughdrive at PC World or Currys, can't remember exactly cos my local one's are right net to each other They are part of the same shop chain (Dixons Stores Group, DSG) and
If the product is back in stock within the next 120 days, you will be notified. It's worth having a go, as you can take the equipment back, but no guarantees. 0 koantemplation Posts: 101,010 Forum Member✭✭✭✭ 05/12/04 23:12 #5 jratkinson wrote: My experience is that Windows Thanks for posting this idea, turts88. Check This Out Register now Support Contact Downloads & FAQs Warranty RMA & Repair Product registration Data Recovery × Notify me when back in stock Quantity requested: 1 2 3 4 Email address: *
As an example, if you stuck with USB 1.1 it'd take about 22 hours to read the entire 80GB disk but if you upgraded to USB 2.0 then it would take Once again any help would be greatly appreciated. I have to keep an eye on the activity LED on the front to make sure it's still alive.. 0 Seven Posts: 1,561 Forum Member 06/12/04 16:30 #12 TrevorPH wrote: Well Unsubscribe About Us Overview Contact Us Take our Site Survey Testimonials Copyright © 1996 - DriverGuide is an iCentric Corporation Company.
Taff™ 10:39 17 Jun 2006 It`s possible because Freecom use various manufacturers hard disk drives - there might be a faulty batch. I went though device manager, nothing, I tried Freecom support, nothing, I tried Google, nothing, I then tried a different USB port, something! It's worth having a go, as you can take the equipment back, but no guarantees. Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed.
Vista General Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is On by Bobby9093 / July 26, 2006 11:56 PM PDT In reply to: USB external Hard drive Problem I?ve been working franticly over the past few days to fix this problem and