Mac formatted drives should work fine in Win7, but hey, if they don’t I have a Manhattan 2. Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1. Couldn’t access or open the external drive. Check the System Event Log for more information on the error. Can’t see the drive at all. Saturday, September 29, 1:

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It did work perfectly for me. Not sure if it’s safe to let Windows do what it wants with that?

Wednesday, September 11, If necessary assign a drive letter to as described above. What enclosure are you using.

Problem Retrieving Files From Old Hard Drive

Then I got the problem. I 77 to update divers, including with the tricks described earlier. It came up and recognized my drive which I can power-on, power-off, etc.

Sunday, July 3, 4: Update – I had also contacted Fantom support via email and I’m posting their reply. This fixed my problem.


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Right click, Properties ‘Change drive letters and paths’, and add a letter, e. Though my old coolermaster esata external works fine.

That was my experience. What ecobo I do then? Tuesday, March 16, 5: Hi, I also have a Hitachi that was not seen same as most every one here by windows 7 and had no success with any of the methods described. I jut swithed it of to 0 and then back to 1 because I was safely removing a pen drive and didn’t want to remove ecomvo wrong one so I did that and when I turned it on to 1 again nothing happened. Go to Options Then go to Memory All the following need to be on!!!

In reply to togall’s post on December 3, In reply to C.

Tuesday, June 12, 4: Tuesday, January 21, 1: Did this solve your problem? I got this reply from another forum, and wwindows worked for me. Tuesday, September 4, 2: Do you see your drive in the right pane? Do you have any other ideas? During the Windows 7 or Windows Vista installation process, any unused storage drivers are disabled. Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. Device manager show it, but cannot populate a volume. I had Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit installed on here, but decided to reformat my hard drive using Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit.


Thanks for marking this as the answer. Wednesday, August 10, 8: Friday, November 19, 7: You are awsome man