Hi Im Crystal I just saw that ALL, EVERYTHING, on my external hard drive is gone! wiped out!! I am a photographer so, all my images were on there :( SOMEONE PLEASE HELP! CAN I FIX THIS?? CAN I GET THEM BACK? It is a Seagate - FreeAgent GoFlex 500GB External USB 2.0/3.0 Portable Hard Drive - Black. And it was plugged into my Mac.

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hi there, I've looked at other responses but I'm not sure they help me, I'm hoping you can. I have a Seagate desk external hard drive which I store in my safe as it holds all my photos of my kids. I took it out today to put more files into it but it won't power up. I have tried using another computer and a wall socket but still nothing. I would appreciate any help in getting my most valued files back...thank you. Oliabh

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Hi I am new on this web and I bought a Seagate freeAgent go External hard drive I found it helpful so I Purchased another one Now after a few months the Second HD stopped being shown in my computer It was working fine plugged it in my laptop copied a file and then plugged it in my pc didnot come up in my computer although it shows up in the foll locations: 1 Device Manager (Not Disk Manager) 2 Add Hardware (control panel as a connected device It reads as it is working perfectly well) 3 Safely Remove hardware …

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]19662[/ATTACH]In an [URL="http://www.wdc.com/en/company/pressroom/releases.aspx?release=ba433e4b-bff8-4d99-b60f-7f02aa42f444"]announcement made today, Western Digital (WD) agreed to acquire Hitachi[/URL]’s Global Storage Technologies division for roughly $4.3 billion. With this acquisition, WD, an industry leader in consumer and entertainment-class storage solutions that recently ventured into the solid-state drive market, no-doubt aims to become a major player in the enterprise storage market. Steve Miligan, president and CEO of Hitachi GST said "Together we can provide customers worldwide with the industry's most compelling and diverse set of products and services, from innovative personal storage to solid state drives for the enterprise," Mr. Miligan will join WD as president, reporting to …

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]16999[/ATTACH]Seagate made the switch to serial-attached SCSI (SAS) drives a few years ago, but have only upgraded to the 6 Gb/s standard (SAS 2.0) within the last year. SAS drives require special controllers that are occasionally built into motherboards, but more often, come in the form of a PCI-Express card in order to achieve 6.0 Gb/s. The Savvio product line is marketed towards enterprise customers, purchasing drives for businesses or applications that require high speed and reliability, usually in the form of a RAID configuration. As such, these are not marketed, or priced, for the average consumer or computer enthusiast. …

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[ATTACH=LEFT]15910[/ATTACH]Seagate announced their new NAS system, GoFlex Home, today, and it unites the worlds of portable and network storage. Home enables access to the hard drive dock from a wide array of mobile devices, HTPC setups, and networked computers (Windows or OSX). Seagate notes that their propriety software will make setup and use a breeze in each of the aforementioned scenarios. The GoFlex Home system comes in two capacities, 1TB or 2TB, plenty of space to store a wealth of media and provide ample space for backing up your computer. If you have to horde a hefty stash, the system …

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One of the year’s biggest disappointments has to be Seagate Teachnology. The high-tech heavyweight is taking on so much water that barnacles are starting to grow on its bottom line. Hey . . . at least something is growing on Seagate’s bottom line. Before I get into Seagate’s woes, I realize that the industry is sluggish right now and that consumers are holding tight praying for a better economic picture in 2009. That’s certainly the case of late. According to Forbes.com, 30% of U.S. companies slashed their technology budgets in the third quarter of 2008. Another 29% say they will …

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