Occasionally computer hardware may start to slow down or even become corrupted. This prevents you from accessing the data or even using the drive. If this occurs on an external hard drive (HD) you need to recover the hardware by formatting the device. This removes the corrupted data causing the drive to malfunction, and allows you to use external hardware once more. Instructions
Plug in your computer’s hard drive, then turn on the car and wait for the computer to indicate that a new, removable device has been detected.
Click “Start”, “Computer” and right click on the removable device icon.
Choose “Format” from the dropdown window. This loads the format options window for the view.
Click “OK” and then “Format”. The corrupt information is removed off the external hard drive. Once complete, you are able to start using the hard drive at once.
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