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" Toshiba external HDD not being recognized ",whenever I plugged in my "Toshiba 1TB Stor.E Canvio 2.5" USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive" whether on the Desktop or a Laptop, it would refuse to show up in "My Computer". I've had this [the product, not the problem] for just over a year, so I know that it worked beforehand. I know that it’s getting power because the LED light on the front of the case is lit and I know that the HDD is not being read because that same LED light is not blinking in regular intervals and whenever I physically feel it there’s no rumble feeling of parts moving inside. I have a general suspicion that it’s the USB cable since after a few attempts of plugging in the Micro B part of the cable to the ex. HDD it would suddenly be able to boot up, though this victory is short-lived as whenever I take the USB cable out the computer and plug it back in it suddenly stops working again. However I'm also wondering, could it be a problem with the Ex. HDD itself? Like the Micro B port got knocked loose v.slightly out of alignment, so it’s not making a proper connection and that's causing it not to get read. So have you had any similar problems and if so how did you go about fixing it?

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