LivingFlame wrote:Have you tried a) plugging it in to a different port, or b) using a different cable? One or other (or both) might have been damaged when the cable got yanked out.
LivingFlame wrote:And it didn't work in another computer? The problem definitely lies with the drive itself then. Did the cable get yanked out of the drive or the computer? I'm guessing I slightly misunderstood this and it got yanked out of the drive. (I was under the impression it got yanked out of the computer.) Does the blue ring usually only light up when the drive is reading/writing?
AaronAMV wrote:Yeah, it was yanked out of the drive. >_<The>_>
LivingFlame wrote:AaronAMV wrote:Yeah, it was yanked out of the drive. >_<The>_>
I think you forgot to finish whatever thought you were about to put there at the end.
Anyway, it may be screwy pins, but it also may be that something came loose inside the enclosure. It's hard to tell without me being able to actually mess with it. If the drive did happen to fall though, then I would be worried that it wouldn't just be a problem with the port.
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