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LACIE Big disk UDB2.0 not recognized by Dell 360 server

Posted on 2006-10-24
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hi , i cant find the right drivers for this lacie hard drive tusb 6250 . i get the question mark on the device manager...i got into the web site , lacie.com but could get aby drivers for windows 2003 on a dell 360 server..
any ideas?
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You shouldn't need separate drivers for USB drives. Are you sure the USB port of your server is still working? Have you tried connecting another USB device to the port? Also check the BIOS, maybe it is set to some legacy mode, sometimes if that is set you can only use keyboards and mice on those ports. Do you also get question marks in device manager when nothing is connected to the port? If so, make sure you have all the motherboard drivers installed. Another reason for the problem could be caused that the USB port doesn't supply enough power for the connected device. Make sure you have it connected to a separate powersource, sometimes a powered USB hub can help in such a case.
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