When the hard drive is connected, it is recognized but does not open in My Computer.
It is a 2TB Western Digital Elements external hard drive.
When it is connected, it freezes the entire computer but does not open. Upon disconnection, the computer unfreezes and continues normal operation.
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Western Digital Elements 500 gb external hard drive without indipendant power supply.
I have been using the drive fine for a few years recently plugged the hard drive in via USB and get a error message stating the USB Devise is using more power than the USB port can supplie (power surge).
This error occurs when pluggin the drive in to either a iMAC or Windows Laptop system.
I have tried the devise in various USB ports (in both systems), with a USB powered hub and have bought a new USB connection cable and tried the above steps with the new cable.