|28 Jun 2012||#1|
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eSATA drive not detected--can CrystalDiskInfo damage an eSATA drive
I plugged in my eSATA drive while CrystalDiskInfo was running and the computer froze. There was no way to regain control of the computer so I restarted.
So now this eSATA drive is not recognized by the computer. The eSATA drive works in another computer.
What's really weird is that another eSATA drive I have works in the computer where the crash happened.
I've tried uninstalling all drivers (both hidden and visible) in Device Manager that relate to the drive.
The eSATA drive also has a USB 2 connection, and that still works fine in both computers.
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